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to ask what were your/your DC's first words?

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Temporaryname137 Tue 15-Nov-16 15:59:51

DD's first word (and still her only reliable one, although she has a go at others) was "yes", which she has been saying since about 10 months. it makes her a very amiable conversationalist.

my DN's first word was "shoes" and she's still obsessed with them now.

my DB's first word was "hot" (we lived in Yorkshire at the time, so he pronounced neither the 'h' nor the 't') and he thought everything was 'o'. It took us ages to understand why he thought the sky was hot, until we realised he thought the clouds were steam.

What about your lot??

YouTheCat Tue 15-Nov-16 16:02:27

Dd's first word was 'pussy cat' - she's still cat mad at 21. grin

Her twin brother is non-verbal... however, once when he was about 7 he said 'Nicole' as he liked the 'Papa... Nicole' adverts. It's the only word he's ever said.

skippy67 Tue 15-Nov-16 16:04:51

Cup.

DubiousCredentials Tue 15-Nov-16 16:05:29

"Pep Pig" hmm

Flingmoo Tue 15-Nov-16 16:07:12

"Gone!" as in - the food on his plate is all gone smile he kind of said it "Gonnnnnnne!"

wigglesrock Tue 15-Nov-16 16:09:06

With my eldest it was a mangled version of the dogs name - the poor dog was from then known as Foofoo grin
For my next two kids it was a mangled version of their big sister's name - dd2 was then nicknamed Lulu by dd3 for a good 4 years.

RhodaBorrocks Tue 15-Nov-16 16:18:52

'Light'

Only it took him a few days to perfect. Everything started with a 'D' at first he rechristened the neighbour's cat 'Dim', which to be fair, was a reasonable assessment , so when he first tried to say it, he looked right at me and whispered "Die!" I nearly shat myself

By the next day or two it was "Dite" and with a little bit of repetition from me became "Light" by day 4 or 5.

CaptainCallisto Tue 15-Nov-16 16:20:22

DS1's was nana (as in banana, not a granny). He would still live on them if he could!

DS2's was DS1's name smile

Crusoe Tue 15-Nov-16 16:21:40

Please and then rainbow! (Bee and bee bow)

Kit2015 Tue 15-Nov-16 16:22:09

Other thanews the babbling of mumma it was cat.
Her first sentence waso 'bye see you soon' which came out 'bye seeyousoon' really cute.

letmepeeinpeace Tue 15-Nov-16 16:24:16

Chicken!! (chick-oh) Every animal he sees are now chick-oh's

acquiescence Tue 15-Nov-16 16:27:53

Cat

notyourmummy Tue 15-Nov-16 16:30:08

Fire..... I should've known he was a nutter there and then.....

whatsthebigdeal Tue 15-Nov-16 16:30:21

Shoes,
She loved shoes as a toddler and still does age 19

KC225 Tue 15-Nov-16 16:31:21

Twins. DC cat DD dada

ChampsMum Tue 15-Nov-16 16:32:37

DS was 9 months when he said his first word which was "mam"

alwayshappy101 Tue 15-Nov-16 16:34:29

Ds's First word was door.dd's first word was poo poos

Chlorella Tue 15-Nov-16 16:34:56

Daddy. Both of them ffs. He was at work all day and guess who was feeding cleaning and playing with them. But no, not a 'mummy' to be heard.

cosytoaster Tue 15-Nov-16 16:35:47

I can't remember the first words for either of my DS's or how old they were at the time blush

Sugarandsalt Tue 15-Nov-16 16:36:15

Shoes. Seems to be a common one!

FeedMeAndTellMeImPretty Tue 15-Nov-16 16:36:39

One of my DCs' first word was 'doh' accompanied by a Homer style face palm. He'd been at a friend's house for the evening and her husband thought it would be hilarious to teach him this while the Simpsons was on!!

DS1 was "dada" and DD probably the same! I have no idea as once you have three children you are lucky to remember their names let alone their first words

hazelnutlatte Tue 15-Nov-16 16:37:03

Goggy (doggy). She still says it repeatedly every time she sees a dog.

PilkoPumpPants Tue 15-Nov-16 16:37:14

Dds first word was Hiya, which was amusing as she was a very antisocial toddler.

Chrisinthemorning Tue 15-Nov-16 16:37:57

DS was catcat, mine was catacatacata. We are cat people grin

Soubriquet Tue 15-Nov-16 16:38:15

Dd's was dada
Ds's was mama

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