What was your babies first word?

United States
October 25, 2006 5:25pm CST
My baby hasn't had hers yet.
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• United States
25 Oct 06
believe it or not....my eldest daughters first word was VISA only she said eeesa LOL she was also heard saying diamond (imond) within the next month.
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• United States
25 Oct 06
Interesting...Esa is the arabic name (Jesus)...she is spiritual? _diamonds are a girls best friend!
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• United States
25 Oct 06
not sure...I think it was just she couldn't get out the v sound so it just came out eeesa LOL Yes diamonds are a girls best friend...and I am finally obtaining them LOL
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@LadyElektra (1079)
• Canada
25 Oct 06
right on!
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• United States
25 Oct 06
*smiles*
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@LadyElektra (1079)
• Canada
25 Oct 06
bebe
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• United States
25 Oct 06
Baby was my first word!
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@sbeauty (5871)
• United States
25 Oct 06
My daughter said "bird" referring to pictures on her wall. My son said the traditional, "Mama". My own first word was "quack". What does that say about me?
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• United States
25 Oct 06
Bird! that is cute! Thanks.
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@tarachand (3895)
• India
25 Oct 06
My older son said the most obvious one not counting the other baby sounds that babies made, as a matter of fact even my younger son said 'ma'. Me daugher (she's the second of my three children) did me proud though-'Pa' was her first word.
• United States
25 Oct 06
Thanks for your responce...cute...my baby is heading toward Daddy first...to her fathers great swelled head..
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@kati16 (764)
• United States
26 Oct 06
my son said no and it is now his favorite word. my daughter said momma.
• United States
26 Oct 06
AWWW...My sons first and only word he said before he slipped under the veil of autism...was NO....and he said it to break your heart....but he came back out, he can talk now. Thanks for the post.
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@kati16 (764)
• United States
26 Oct 06
your welcome
@sweetcakes (3505)
• United States
25 Oct 06
dada was my boys first words. isaid say momma
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• United States
25 Oct 06
Thanks
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• United States
25 Oct 06
your welcome
• United States
26 Oct 06
She said "Da da" first. Typical!
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• United States
26 Oct 06
thanks.
• United States
26 Oct 06
my son hasnt said his yet. but many times its sounded like he has said mama =)
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• United States
26 Oct 06
:) Nice, it'll be soon probably.
• United States
25 Oct 06
My baby is only 6 weeks old so he hasn't had his yet, but my niece's first word was "da-da"
• United States
25 Oct 06
Aw...thanks.
@LadyElektra (1079)
• Canada
25 Oct 06
~winks
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• United States
25 Oct 06
LOL
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@sweetcakes (3505)
• United States
25 Oct 06
dada was my boys first words. isaid say momma
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@sweetcakes (3505)
• United States
25 Oct 06
dada was my boys first words. isaid say momma
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• United States
26 Oct 06
I believe my oldest's first word was Dada but I'm not sure. It was a long time ago, lol. I know she didn't say Mama until she was about 18 months old. It wasn't that she didn't know how to say it--she just wouldn't do it for me. She thought it was a game. My son's first word was ball I think. He was about 7 months old. He was using sentences by the time he was 12 months so he had a lot of words really fast, but I think ball was first. Brenna's first word was Mama and she was 16 months old. By the time she turned 18 months she only knew two workds--Mama and Dada. Nora hasn't said her first word yet (she is 6 1/2 months old). She can babble dadadadada though. So getting close.
• United States
26 Oct 06
Sounds familiar...thank for the post.
@shazbevis (180)
25 Oct 06
My kids first words were dada, i wished they had said mama but at least i would hear mama, all time if they were crying or moaning they always said dada, but now they all say everything and some times i say to them im going to to change my name instead of hearing mom all the time, lol.
• United States
26 Oct 06
lol thanks.
@grump0ne (981)
• United States
25 Oct 06
I have 3 children and all of their first were dada...of course i was saying it to them many many times a day since the day they were born..
• United States
26 Oct 06
yeah, my baby only just started babbling..