|Little chatty Brontë|
I feel like the first few words that kids learn to use tell you a bit about their personality in a way. Linnaeus' first ten were:
- huh-tuh=hot/ I'm checking the temperature of this
- amah?/anuh?=give me that
- beh=bear/fuzzy animal that's not a dog
These words tell you something about who he was as a baby & some of them are still true today. He's still fairly sensitive to temperature, particularly when it comes to food. He loved apples as a baby. Mama & Papa were both learned around the same time, proably because we were both home with him for his first year, so he got to spend a lot of time with us. He's still pretty interested in trees & animals too.
So far, Brontë's first words are:
- Hey=hi, usually waves when she says it
- Teese=teeth (this one hasn't been used for weeks)
- Uh-ah=uh-oh, or, I'm going to drop something off my high chair
- Heeah=here, used when handing you something
- Papa (she said this a couple times a month ago or so, but hasn't since)
- Nay (this one's still a maybe--might have meant 'Linnaeus' or might have been a coincidence)
So what do you think? Do kids' first words tell you something about their little personalities?
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