...or so I thought
It turns out that my son is truly Jimmy’s mini-me. His genes definitely won over the environmental factor. The kid talks non-stop. Just like his daddy. Blee is now 19 months old and I finally got a chance to write down all his words.
Japanese – datchi (hold me), nen ne (sleep), atta (“there it is!”), nai (“not here”), wan wan (dog), bubu (car), kaeru (frog), kusai (stinks!), pan (bread), nani? (what), daiji (important), oishi (yummy)
Animals – bee (for bugs, ants, bees, flies, etc)
Food – cracker, milk, coo-key (cookie), apple, bana (banana), wawa (water), fish
People – mommy, daddy, baba (grandma), Tatsuki, Tat-chan, Max (our neighbor's dog)
Phrases – “ready, go!” “haro?”, “up up”, “pu ree” (please),“ten kyu” (thank you), “uh oh”, “stuck!”, “amen!”,“more”, “eww”, “ba bye!”, “hi”, "la you" (love you)
Colors – pink, blue
Objects – bath, ja ja (jacket), truck, ball, book, teeth, flower, shoes, socks, fu (flute), baby, key, hat, tao (towel), car (cards), bocks (blocks), poon (spoon)
Other - down, puetty (pretty), back, walk, hot, wash
His favorite phrase right now is "ready, go!"
I love him.