six word fridays: sum it up

4 02 2011

Summing up my six favourite words as expressed by DD everyday:

“lay-loh” [Lego]

“yo-yo” [yogurt]

“issthay” [Casey – care provider’s dog]

“porr-pull” [purple]

“mo-mo” [more]

“uh-ohhh” [no translation required]

At 18 months DD says other words of course, and uses sign language quite a bit.

But when DD says these six words…it’s just so darn cute.

DD chillaxin

It’s Six Word Fridays and there’s lots of six word goodness waiting for your at Making Things Up. Go check it out.

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15 responses

4 02 2011
ayala

So cute! Love the picture too. Is lay-loh a favorite thing? My son used to love them and they are amazing πŸ™‚

4 02 2011
melgallant

Hi Ayala,

Yes “lay-lo” is a favourite thing and I’m hard pressed to tell you who likes it more…DD or me. πŸ™‚ Building Lego towers is extremely relaxing!

4 02 2011
ayala

Relaxing and happy looking πŸ™‚

4 02 2011
Molly@Postcards from a Peaceful Divorce

Lovely! My son made up a word to call his dad “Uda” which we think may have been a combination of our dog Utah and Dada, or maybe Hugo (his dad) and Dada. Nevertheless it has stuck and that is his name, although he and his sister changed it to Udi (oo-dee) as time went on.

4 02 2011
2bdancing

Did you say “let’s go get your dad” etc.. a lot? might be YouDa mixed with the other prompts as well. πŸ˜›

4 02 2011
melgallant

Your children gave their dad his own unique name. Beautiful.

4 02 2011
Lara

So so cute – and so it she πŸ™‚

4 02 2011
melgallant

Thanks Lara. She’s a lot of fun.

4 02 2011
2bdancing

I love those fun first words.
uh oh…funny we all seem to learn that one right quick! πŸ™‚

4 02 2011
melgallant

When DD says “uh-oh” she uses a sort of sing-song voice and it just kills me, it’s so cute.

4 02 2011
Melissa

Six adorable words, one sweet girl. πŸ™‚

5 02 2011
kate

oh, what a list–pure love!

5 02 2011
Sara

Adorable!!!! Love that age and all the translation that comes with it πŸ™‚

26 02 2011
modernfamilyman

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28 02 2011
Tessa

oh, I miss that age. Love it.

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