What were your baby's first words?

@arkaf61 (10881)
Canada
February 24, 2007 3:44pm CST
Mama... dada...papa... they're easiest for your child to master and because they usually have great rewards after repeating them they are often the first words that the baby will say. Sometimes the first words are different, I"m curious of how different. What were your baby's first few words?
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@jal1948 (1360)
• India
25 Feb 07
dada were the first words my son uttered i felt on top of the world when i heard them
@arkaf61 (10881)
• Canada
25 Feb 07
I know the feeling :):)
@SnIcKasS (1378)
• Israel
25 Feb 07
his name, "ace"... that was so cute when he said that :)
@arkaf61 (10881)
• Canada
25 Feb 07
They certainly sound so cute when they start on their first words:)
• United States
25 Feb 07
My sons first words were Dada. so nothing out of the ordinary there. Most of the people i know, their children said dada first, mama second.
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@arkaf61 (10881)
• Canada
25 Feb 07
Yes it seems that it's much easier to say those words while they're experimenting with their first sounds :) In the end, who cares how original they are, right?... they're our babies and the first words...and we just feel so darn proud and happy :)
@vish246 (75)
• India
26 Feb 07
mum mum is the first word of my son, when i heard it i was fealing like god who make a child
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@stacyv81 (5904)
• United States
25 Feb 07
well, I dont know if this counts as a word, but my daughter was four months and I said "uh oh" because her brother dropped something and then he said it and then my daughter said it too. It was really cute, but I dont know, if that is a sound or a word. My sons first words were mama and dada/
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@apky12 (775)
• United States
25 Feb 07
Both my kids first said mama. It's probably b/c I'm a stay at home mom and I'm with them all the time even on weekends. I also have to admit that I did coach my frist one to say mama first.
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