Charlotte Speaks in Sentences

I’m not sure if I wrote about this yet, but about a month ago, Charlotte spoke her first two word sentence. She pointed at Grandma and waved… Aka: “You, HI!”

I know, I know… She’s so advanced.

Well, this morning, she took it a step further.

We were sitting in the backseat of the car, sharing some hugs before I strapped her in to go to work when she yanked out her paci, looked right at me and said, “Mama” while waving and smiling at me! That my folks is baby’s second sentence… “Hi, Mama!”

She actually did the same thing again before I put her in bed for her nap. So sweet 🙂

In other news, I also gave Charlie her first mini glass of whole milk today. I gave her a little over a 1/4 cup thinking she might not like it… She CHUGGED the whole cup down and wanted more. The girl loves milk apparently.

   

 
   Cute cup, huh?? Thanks, Aunti Stef!! Xo

Also, how sweet is little a snuggling with her favorite teddy from Granmie Amy?? These pictures were taken over the course of three hours…

      
 

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3 thoughts on “Charlotte Speaks in Sentences

  1. It’s always exciting when they speak their first words. All a mom can hope for is having momma, mom, or mommy being that first word! My oldest kids each said different words. My seven year old’s first word was daddy, my other daughter’s (who would have been six this year) first word was out, because she learned what getting out of the carseat meant. I’m still waiting on our seven month old to speak her first words.

    As for milk, our doctor wants us to wait till she’s a year to introduce her to it. That being said, the cup your little one is drinking milk from is genius! I absolutely love it. Please tell her Aunti Stef that one of your readers would like one for her daughter!

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