Twins are 7 months (5 adjusted age) and Carly doesn't babble too much, but I swear here in the last few days, Ashton will start his usual talk and "mamama" or "dadadada" comes out of his mouth. I know he probably has zero clue what he's saying, but it's sweet to hear that he's starting to say it :) Hopefully Carly isn't too far behind!
I wish! lol
I really don't know, sometimes I can hear the words momma and abuelita clear as day, but then I wonder if it isn't wishful thinking on my side. All I know that girl is going to be a talker, she babbles all day long. Every time she sees her daddy come home from work, she starts babbling almost like telling him that day's events its soo cute how she even has different tones to her babble.
Just in the last few days, Carly has started "mama" or some form of it. She'll say "maaaa" or "mamamama" or "mama". She does it especially if she's cranky & wants me to hold her. It's so sweet & just melts my heart!
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