My daughter just turned six months. She says "hi" appropriately and clearly.
Is this really possible or just a reoccurring coincidence?
I just really don't want to embarrass myself in from of other people cuz I am telling them my daughter said her first word at six months if it not even possible.... you know?
Answer by MELRN at 11:35 AM on Jul. 22, 2009
Answer by sandraberke at 11:37 AM on Jul. 22, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 11:40 AM on Jul. 22, 2009
Well, you possibly could not be delusional. My daughter said her first word at 9 months, & her first word was Buddha. She had pointed to a statue of Buddha & said "Buddha" everyone said that i was delusional, but i know what she said. She said it every day for like a month. Baby's are very much able to make all kinds of noises at 6 months. She could have said hi, & by your reaction kept saying it. Or she could have said it by accident, but recognized the word so she went w/ it. I doubt your being delusional. Its not like "hi" is a hard word to say. Just don't rub it in too much, you don't want to make other moms feel like they're baby is behind. Your daughter could just be one of those that is very verbal, some kids advance verbally earlier than others.
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