Quite the talker

Jack is obsessed with the cat.

“Cat, cat, cat” he repeats as he points to Wicket.  (It sounds guttural and comes out like “gat.”)

“Cat…” he considers with his finger placed on his lip.

“Cat!” he claims in high-pitch.

He’s talking a lot now.  I don’t know what the heck he is saying most of the time, but I have picked out duck, cat, yeah, and possibly book (in addition to mama and dada) and his various copycat noises.  Yesterday he was “woofing” and “meowing” and today he was “ooohing.”  I knew we’d have a vocal kid, but wow!

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Comments

  1. That is super cute! I love that stage, as they start being able to really communicate with you (and eventually, with the world).

  2. That is super cute! I love that stage, as they start being able to really communicate with you (and eventually, with the world).

  3. Awwww!!! Cat cat cat! Cute!

    My nephew tries to talk, but rarely pronounces most of the constanents (sp?), so he’s very hard to understand. I’m sure he’ll improve with time.

  4. Awwww!!! Cat cat cat! Cute!

    My nephew tries to talk, but rarely pronounces most of the constanents (sp?), so he’s very hard to understand. I’m sure he’ll improve with time.

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