Jul 10, 2011

Vocabulary

I've been wondering how many words Kins knows and decided just to type them all out. I know I'm missing a few, and I'm not counting the ones that she knows, and points out when asked, but doesn't say. She also knows half of the alphabet. She's up to around 70 words, and she seems to have hit an age where she's able to learn much faster. She knows a couple of songs too, just a few words for each that she'll sing pretty often. Here's her vocabulary list, a little boring for most I'm sure, but since I use my blog as her baby book it must be included.

Dog (she also woofs)
Howard - How
Sadie - Dee
Cat - Ta, or, more often she will just start making a terrible yowling/hacking sound in imitation of hairball hacking.
Moo (for cow)
Bear - Bo
Fishie
Baaa (for sheep)
Oink oink (for pig, it sounds like if you keep your mouth closed and say oink oink)
Neigh (for horse, her neighs are always very drawn out an enthusiastic)
Bird - Bee
Butterfly - Fluhbye (also for flower)
Bzzzzz (for fly)
Quack quack (for duck)
Turtle
Elephant - Eeeeeee 
Yi-yon (for lion)
Who-who (for owl)
Do Ka Doo Ka Doo - Rooster or Chicken

Water - wawa
Food - Foo
Toothbrush - do dah

No
Thank You - Tay too
Hi
Bye-Bye
Yucky - Yi-Yi
Dada
Baby
Phone - Pho
Hot - Ha
Ow
Bopee (her made up word for soft petting)
Book*
Day (The Snowy Day, a book)
By (A Fly Went By, a book)
Poopoo (she will usually announce it after she's pooped)
Ticka ticka tock - for clock
Chair

Nose - No
Eye
Mouth - Mow
Teeth - Tee
Ear- Or
Hair - Hay
Forehead - She only said this one a few times, Bo-bed. She points to it when asked though.
Cheek - Chee
Chin*
Neck*
Belly - Bay
Knee*
Toes
Fingers*
Hand - Han
Arm
Nipple -Bip-pull, she's very curious about hers and Tim's.

Tree - Tee
Pinecone
Scwepe - Plane
Rock - Ra
Home
Vroom Vroom (car)
Wheel
Outside (si)
Hat - Ha
Sun
Slide - Sly
De-Dah - sunglasses 

Shoe
Sock - Sa

Yawn - yaw
Cry

She's really been coming along on her alphabet too. She knows A, B, C, D, E, H, I, O, Q, R, S, T, U, and V. For H, R, and S she just makes the noise they make instead of saying the letter name.

* These are words she knows. She points to them when asked, but she hasn't said them yet, or at least not regularly.

3 comments:

  1. I'm amazed how many words little britches can say now...the Dr said is has the vocabulary of a 15 or 16 month old....he's quite the little chatter box..

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  2. I think my favorite is her version of plane. very creative. it's crazy how many words she knows now.

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  3. Of course she's highly gifted. Grandma is not one bit surprised.
    Good job getting all the words and her version of them down.

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