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DT1 is a child genius!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Honest she is!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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MunchedTooManyMarsLady Fri 04-Feb-05 20:48:48

She said her first word today (which wasn't mum mum mum mum or dadada). She said....... wait for it...............








Hallelujah!!!!!!!!!!!!!

vict17 Fri 04-Feb-05 20:49:22

wow!!

misdee Fri 04-Feb-05 20:50:11

excellant!!

SofiaAmes Fri 04-Feb-05 22:11:17

Ok...now fess up....who in the family is the instigator of that one.

pixiefish Fri 04-Feb-05 22:19:37

wow indeed

lilsmum Fri 04-Feb-05 22:37:01

lol, she is a genius!!! and to think i was impressed with my dd today because she said girl!!

lockets Fri 04-Feb-05 22:39:55

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HunkerMunker Fri 04-Feb-05 22:40:43

Cool! Clever girl! DS's first understood word...clap? Nope. Wave? Nope. Mummy? Nope. Daddy? Nope.



Banzai...

ThomCat Fri 04-Feb-05 22:51:42

LOL!

mummylonglegs Sat 05-Feb-05 13:58:24

Mine said 'Dice.' Do you think that means she's going to grow up to be a gambler?

SoupDragon Sat 05-Feb-05 14:00:59

PMSL

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Sat 05-Feb-05 14:09:29

Having just written my post, DT1 unplugged as I hit post. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr..........!!!!!!!!!!!

As I was saying...

DH started the whole hallelujah thing as DT1 is constantly holding her hands in the air. The other children and I keep saying it. Almost fell over when she said it back the other day. We say Praise the Lord to DT2 but he keeps laughing at us. Roll on Sunday, "performance" time lol

And yes Mummylonglegs, a definite gambler in your house, but she'd be right at home in our house.

mummylonglegs Sat 05-Feb-05 14:23:43

MTMML, my dd can roll the dice, win us a packet, and yours can raise her hands to shout 'hallelujah!!'

MunchedTooManyMarsLady Sat 05-Feb-05 14:24:46

pmsl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lonelymum Sat 05-Feb-05 14:26:41

My youngest used to say with perfect clarity well before he said anything else, "potter" at any of the characters he saw on videos, eg Thomas, Bob the Builder etc, but he also said it when Harry Potter was on! It doesn't say it anymore though.

Donbean Sat 05-Feb-05 15:04:20

my ds just anounces "oh no!" at every thing.
4am, the house is silent......"oh no, dodo" couldnt believe my ears. Apparently he had dropped his dummy and couldnt find it.
Im sure there is a "mensa school" for the under 5's somewhere...need enrollment forms me thinks

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