No normal first word for this little 15 month old – no… She didn’t start with “Ma-ma”, “Da-Da”, or “no”. Instead, she went straight for a sentence – I UNT DAT (I want that!)!!! She says it 100 times a day, anytime she sees something she wants.
Other words she has added:
Gung ga gung \gung ga gung\ noun – Thank you
She says this every time you hand her said object that she asked for.
Uh-uh, \uh-uh\ adverb – Yes, or no
depending on the question, and her mood.
Egh!!!!, \Egh!!\ noun – Stay away from me and said object that I have in my hand! We hear this sound many times throughout the day.
I don’t think we have to worry about her being tortured by her siblings. She can definitely hold her own!
Ok, not really. I still do the laundry, pack lunches, order people around, wash dishes, and cook many meals, but… I no longer cook our weekly four grain pancakes. Under Aunt Mim’s tutelage, Elli has become our new pancake chef . She didn’t want an ounce of help, and they tasted great!
Her first hungry customer!
Nevi is not quite ready for the Classical School!
I can’t believe how fast the past two years have gone!
They had a great first day! Sam, once again, wore his backback fully expecting to stay. He cried when he realized that we were leaving the girls at school and heading home. After a day at the park, a quiet lunch, and a nap, he was thrilled to have them return!
What more could a boy want than a 6 foot ladder and a few of his prized possessions?