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Well a week before Nathan hits two and a half we hve words from him- lots of them all at once- even a couple I'd rather he didnt know :(
In the past ten days we have heard about bus, horse hello,car, upstairs, cow, drain and loads of others
Unfortunately OH walked round into his kitchenette the other day and bashed hinself on Nathans table and chair- using the F word in the process. He though that Nathan hadnt noticed - but alas, a minute later Nathan walked into the kitchen, kicked the chair and said "UCK" very loudly- a swear box has now been nstalled. He also managed to pick up the word scum from a football match he attended.
Woohoo that is so funky :woohoo: :cheer2: :rock:
Well done Nathan :woohoo: :cheer2:
Yay well done Nathan - guess they all get there in there own time!! :ellie:
:ellie: well done Nathan ( except on the naughty words!!)
We've had about 7 new words in the space of a few days here too.I was getting a little worried, but LIke Gemma said, they all get their in their own time:smile:
Well done Nathan!!! :ellie: :ellie:
Mad Madam Mim
That's really cool and makes me even more mindful about watching my mouth in front of my LO as i'm pretty certain very little gets by him!
But Nathan you are a star - well done:cheer2:
Bet he never shuts up now Badgirl!
Awww, that's fab, well done Nathan :cheer2:
Well done Nathan, except for the naughty words, although he's too little to really know what they mean. We are being really careful about swearing, it would be just typical if one of Joe's first proper words was a swear word :lol:.
Oh well done.
We are on the verge of words here.
Well done Nathan, apart from the swear words. You won't be able to stop him now.
Looking forward to hearing all his words (apart from the rude ones! :lol: ) on Friday Badgirl! :tongue:
Well done, Nathan!!
(And why is it they pick up naughty words so much easier than normal ones?! Eilis said 'bugger' when I dropped something the other day. Gulp. My language has suddenly become so much prettier since then!)
my Dad was a very violent and alcohlic Father and Husband :cry: Needless to say there was a lot of abusive language flung around the house during my brothers and sisters early years :oops: :rolleyes:
My Mum the staunch catholic had my 4 siblings (before my arrival) with her at church one Sunday and one of my sister's was apparently 'playing up' considerably and my Mum was struggling to keep her under control :rolleyes:
Eventually she pulled her close alongside her and told her to sit still or they would have to leave
my sister's response????
FU=K right off!!!!!!!! :shock: :shock: :happyno: :oops:
She was only 4 :shock:
My Mum says she had to wait until long after the whole church had emptied before she could get the guts to get up from her seat and leave the church.
Needless to say it's a tale we've been regaled with for many a year.
I had to take Kaede to a mass in memory of my brother this Sunday and I have to say I kept thinking "please don't let this be the moment she picks to do something like that :laff: " but luckily for me all she kept repeating loudly was "Daaaaa-aaadddddd" :laff: :laff:
well done nathan, I have heard a few people say that once they do start they are really quick ifyswim.
I am not sure but it seems one of Mia's first words may be door. or duor:loco:
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