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January 14, 2008


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LOL. That's too funny. My son's first word was Yuck! So I guess it could be worse. At least the first word wasn't of the 4-letter nature! I'm sure Mama will come soon for him! =D

What is it with dogs? We have cats, but Fly won't say "cat." If we go for a walk and see a dog, he'll point and say "dog." And bark.

Dawson's first word was "moon". And I remember my husband trying to get him to say "full" before it.

Boog says several words now but mom or any variation of that is certainly not one of them. Ingrate!

Most of them say dad first, so it's kinda neat that it's dog. Sorry it's not mama. Maybe the second word?

My brother's first word was cookie. As in Cookie Monster. My mom still talks about it.

My daughter said "Ah-da!" (all done) and my son said "Shit!".

I wear my momma-badge with HONOUR, peeps... with honour.

Dog was near the top of both my kids' lists of early words (and before Mama, I might add), and we don't even have a dog.

My mother not so politely informed me that my first word was bullshit. No babbling or babytalk. Just profanity.

And it's been one hell of a fucking ride ever since.

My daughter's first word was doggie, we don't have one.
My son's first word was Hi.

So typical. And so unfair, no?

Cordy's first word was "kitty". Mama didn't come along until after 18 months and roughly 30 other words.

Yeah, Boy-Boy is very good at "cat." And I'm all kinds of pissed off that "Mama" hasn't been his first and only word.

My daughter picked up two first words at about the same time: "Uh-oh" and "Duck," (which was pronounced just "uck").

People thought we must throw things a lot at our house.

My baby's first word was cat ("cah"). Because the most aloof, disinterested, and skittish thing in the house is of course the most interesting.

Next word was dog ("og"). Screw mama and dada, the animals are way more important. Sigh...

Ellie's first was "shoe." Go figure.

Matthew's was kind of "that" (dat) as he pointed at everything. But his first REAL word was "ball." Too bad he left the "s" off the end of it. :)

Dog is a great first word. It sure beats "f-ck".

Interestingly enough...mine was "McDonalds". And it was there where my road to being a fat-a$$ started.

My daughter's first words were
"Apple" and "Puppy".

Hubs was always on his Mac and I was always hollerin' at the dogs. Go figure.

My daughter was saying Dada forever before she finally started saying Mama. The D sound is just easier to say, I guess. Although it's so unfair.

Well, my 14 mo old so far has said "AAAHHHAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!" at the top of his lungs.

That's it.

Oh - and he signs 'milk' for everything. It's the universal sign for "hand it over."

That will most likely be Bird's first word too. There are just too many dogs in this damn house for it not to be.

My son said cat, but he said it with such a delightfully evil tone that I was charmed. The cat? Not so much.

younger child: "ball"
older child: "this" WTF? What child uses the word "this" as their first word?

I agree. "Mama" should be the universal First Word of All Children. Let's vote.

Well that's better than my baby's first word.

My mother taught her to say "Ugly".


Aw, come on. You don't sniff your OWN balls. That's a significant distinction.

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