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Shesabeautyx3
Something you take pride in about your child
March 3 at 8:39 PM

Hello lady's I just wanted to know is there something that your little one dose or have done that makes you happy and feel you want to mention, even if other baby's had done the same?

Mine is that at 2 months my daughter said she love me (which I have recorded) & at 4months she rather drink from cups cause she refused the bottle (at the time she was Being brestfed and I was trying to get her use to bottles).

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  • carolina_gal
    March 4 at 7:18 AM

    Aww, that's so cute.  My little guy is older now but was just watching videos when he was two and he knew his entire alphabet already.

  • Shesabeautyx3
    March 4 at 7:51 AM

    Wow that's great I hope my little one continues to learn quickly.

    Quoting carolina_gal:

    Aww, that's so cute.  My little guy is older now but was just watching videos when he was two and he knew his entire alphabet already.


  • French29
    March 4 at 9:08 AM
    My son different in every way but the one thing I notice is he very in tune with emotional issue when he feels me up set he comforts me
  • withsecond
    March 4 at 9:22 AM
    Well, they're no longer babies but my kids are very sweet and sympathetic of other people's feelings. They'll be the kids to go over and play with the lone kid or the kid who's crying.
    My 6 year old just had a birthday party and wanted chocolate cake and ice cream. His best friend is allergic to chocolate, milk and butter so my son wanted to make something else that his friend could have too. I thought that was so sweet.
  • amonkeymom
    March 5 at 1:15 PM

    Mine are older now (teens and an adult) but when my youngest was an infant, I swear he knew how to say he was hungry.  He had this cry that sounded like "hungy, hungy, hungy" and he only cried like that when he truly was hungry!

  • coala
    by coala
    March 5 at 1:56 PM

    My DD was pre-reading at 19 mos old....she would sound out letters on street signs or where ever we went.  It was really cute...she was actually full on reading before she turned 4.  Stinkin kid can read anything you give her now at 5 1/2.

  • lucky2Beeme
    March 5 at 2:17 PM
    I would love to hear the recording. I have never heard of s 2 month old that could talk. Esp a sentence

    Quoting Shesabeautyx3:

    Hello lady's I just wanted to know is there something that your little one dose or have done that makes you happy and feel you want to mention, even if other baby's had done the same?

    Mine is that at 2 months my daughter said she love me (which I have recorded) & at 4months she rather drink from cups cause she refused the bottle (at the time she was Being brestfed and I was trying to get her use to bottles).

  • Shesabeautyx3
    March 8 at 2:55 AM

    Yes I promise u she did but to be honest I'm very scared of posting pics and videos of my daughter and myself. Especially with How the Internet works and all of these weirdos out here in this world. Sorry.

    I'll keep it in mind though.

    Quoting lucky2Beeme: I would love to hear the recording. I have never heard of s 2 month old that could talk. Esp a sentence

    Quoting Shesabeautyx3:

    Hello lady's I just wanted to know is there something that your little one dose or have done that makes you happy and feel you want to mention, even if other baby's had done the same?

    Mine is that at 2 months my daughter said she love me (which I have recorded) & at 4months she rather drink from cups cause she refused the bottle (at the time she was Being brestfed and I was trying to get her use to bottles).


  • ditsyjo
    by ditsyjo
    March 8 at 11:55 PM

    my 8 year old daughter was 4 when I took her to pick out a present for her brother's 3rd birthday she insisted on taking her piggie bank money. I told "it's ok mommy will pay for it." she looked at me with big solomn eyes and said " but mommy if you pay for it it won't really be from me" I thought it was so sweet.

    then my 6 year old this past christmas when we passed the christmas angel tree asked me what it was and after I explained his eyes filled with tears and he said "mommy can we get one please.... I don't want any kids to not have christmas."

  • ditsyjo
    by ditsyjo
    March 8 at 11:57 PM

     

    Quoting amonkeymom:

    Mine are older now (teens and an adult) but when my youngest was an infant, I swear he knew how to say he was hungry.  He had this cry that sounded like "hungy, hungy, hungy" and he only cried like that when he truly was hungry!

     that is cute... I say my 3 month old is yelling " I'm mad! I'm mad I'm mad!" when she cries. It sounds just like it.

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