October 25, 2010

Miss Chatterbox

A few weeks ago, I was filling out a questionnaire about Eggy's development at her pediatrician's office.  One of the questions asked if Eggy could say at least 10 words.  I marked no but when the pediatrician asked me again and I went over the words that Eggy could say, it turned out to be more than ten!  Good for you, Eggy!  Even though they all sound the same, she does mean different things.
I mention that because she learned to say a few more new words these last couple weeks (in bold below).

So far, Eggy can say:
bye-bye
appah
umma
elmo
mamma (food in korean)
baba/papa (pick me up in chinese)
open
glasses
bap (rice in korean)
bbang (bread in korean)
baa (sound for sheep)
moo (for cow)
caw caw (for bird)
quack (for duck)
nnnn (for elephant)
big (while she spreads her arms wide)
ice
apple
ball
book
bear
mickey mouse (sounds like mah)
halmuni (grandma in korean, sounds like ah-na)
kkot (flower in korean)

And some words she can't say but she can sign them or gesture, like:
no
yes
please
thank you
milk
fish
airplane

My baby's growing so fast.  I should do a better job of keeping track of all of Eggy's vocabulary because there's probably a few other words that I've forgotten but I think I've gotten most of it down.  Now I have something to look back on and remember what she could say at this age.  Can't rely on my memory anymore.

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