Monday, June 8, 2009

Vocabulary of a Toddler...

Anthony has really picked up with his vocabulary. It is really amazing to watch this all transpire and him going from a mute baby to babbling toddler. He LOVES, LOVES, LOVES to point out bugs, and sometimes things that are not bugs but he thinks are bugs. The way he says bugs is super cute... he pronounces the word correctly but it just sounds cute coming from his mouth. My all time fave word of his is whale. Why? Because it is not just whale but it is whaaaawwwe. His "l's" are "w's". Another favorite is motorcycle because he says "gogocylce". He knows a "gogocylce" by sound and look, so he is ALWAYS announcing when one is in our presence. Though, these are not the only words he says. Here is a list of words he says and uses correctly on a daily basis:

up, on, off, out, down, please, shoes, socks, teeth, eyes, nose, ears, mouth, hands, elly utton for belly button, milk or moo, sheep or baaaa, lion or rrrooooaaarrr, animal cracker, fish, water, cup, all done, this, that, moon, sun, bee, bug, utterfly for butterfly, wady bug for lady bug, whaaaawwwe for whale, sunscreen, pool, kick, ball, kitchen, hot, cold or brrrrr, owie, kiss, hug, mouse, clock, watch, horse or neighhhh, waffwe for waffle, cheese, apple, banana, strawberry, octopus, monkey, chicken, bread, cookie, wowwipop for lollipop, sickle for popsicle, ice, garbage, uh-oh, oh-no, more, swim, jump, bus, train or choo-choo, wred for red, yewwow for yellow, one, two, three, four, five, puzzwe for puzzle, crayon, sticker, color, book, read, dog, cat, bird, flower, phone, hello, bye-bye, night-night, hot dog, spoon, fork, bowwe for bowl, owrange for orange, stairs, slide, park, bubbles, emlo, pat...

I am sure there are many more words he says but these are the ones that stand out the most because he says these on a daily basis.

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