so my little one is walking

United States
January 29, 2009 8:18pm CST
I'm proud of her, shes 9 months old and is almost completely surefooted, shes walking around and babbling all the time. so i was wondering, out of all your kids, what was the most unique first word any of them had? my daughters was hi, and shortly after that she learned that waving went with it, so shes been very social.
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@Pleiades (846)
• United States
30 Jan 09
Congrats, Dacymay! You must be so proud...you did mention that, didn't you? *lol* Well, I think it's adoreable when babies are starting to walk. My one year old is just learning himself. The reason it's taking him so long is because one of his feet is turned in slightly. The dang doctor doesn't seem to be worried about it. What do you think, should I schedule him for an appointment with another doctor that would give a damn? Whoops, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to put a damper on your joy. Congrats. *Pleiades
@Pleiades (846)
• United States
30 Jan 09
And...to answer your question, one of my son's first word was the F-word. Yup...you read that correctly. I was being a very bad mommy this particular day and it slipped out and it slipped out of the baby's mouth as well. Niiiiiiicee. There's my claim to motherhood fame. *Pleiades
• United States
30 Jan 09
I think that you really consider talking to a doctor, i mean i understand that my daughter is a little fast but she was like that and outgrew it, she walked on the insides of her feet, but once she realized that didnt work she stopped. its not a huge thing, but they say by 18 months they should be walking completely. does he do everything else right? because if so id just be happy that hes NOT walking. lol its going to complicated!
• United States
30 Jan 09
My first child's first word was "Papa". My second child's first word was "Mama". My third child's first word was "Hiya". But the most memorable, was my second child's first phrase. He was sitting in the floor playing with the remote...and I took it away from him. Instead of getting mad and crying, like most kids do, he looked up at me and said "Damn Mama". He is now 8-years-old, and I still laugh about that day. Needless to say, we no longer cuss around the young ones. LOL!
@aprilsue00 (1992)
• United States
30 Jan 09
Wow your baby soundsa like she is very smart. My kids didn't start walking until they were at least a year old. All of my kids first word was dada. It was shortly after that, that they started saying moma and hi. I think that they were waving before they learned to say hi.