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question about babble sounds

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purewater Sun 11-Sep-11 20:39:23

My 9.5 month old DS has been babbling properly for about a month or so. He babbles loads (and loudly) and you can definitely hear a range of sounds....dadadadada....rarararara...nanananana....bababababa - especially since it was dadadadad at the start, and will probably say dada mostly.

But still no mamamama. I obviously realise it's just a sound, not mama, but I wondered if this was typical? Will it just come...?

Thank you

kellieb7 Sun 11-Sep-11 20:45:17

I think mama (or just the letter M) is quite hard for them to say initially but yes I am sure it is something that will just come, I have being coaching DD (8 months) for ages and we get lots of Dadadadada and goooooooo but no bloody mumum wink

purewater Sun 11-Sep-11 21:44:23

Thanks - reassuring!

monkeypuzzeltree Sun 11-Sep-11 22:34:01

At 19 months... other mmm words, but still no Mummy. She shouts Daddy back if I persevere!

bumpandababy Mon 12-Sep-11 11:51:11

My 13m is still babling away with the odd sound now meaning something, like TA! for thank you! I got her saying more m sounds through kissing! Make the Muwah! sound when you give kisses! I works but once learned prepare for many many kisses! xxx

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