Friday, August 6, 2010

Today I Listened To The Beautiful Sound of Ash-English.


Didoo = Thank you

Wawa = Water

Kakaw = Cracker

Apoe = Apple

Beebee = Baby

Shooo = Shoes

Boo = Poop

Adee = Outside

Wuh-wuh = Dog

Nana = Nana and Banana

Ippee = Sippy Cup







Ok, so technically those last six don't need translating.  But I still love hearing her say them.

And she just adores Baby Signing Time.  So, I guess I do too.


Eliza said...

Thank you so much for visiting my blog! I must say, the design of your site is great (I love green, and your header...awesome!). What is it about the Pacific Northwest. I am finding so many mommy blog friends there! Maybe I am displaced in the midwest and should move to the Pacific Northwest immediately.

oh, baby speak. My daughter is still only in gibberish, but oh it is so cute! What a precious little girl you have there!

Thanks again!

Cat@BudgetBlonde said...

What a sweet post!!! And what an adorable little girl - oh my goodness!!!! Thank you so much for visiting my blog BudgetBlonde. It means the world to me!

CK said...

This TOTALLY put a smile on my face. I love it!

PS I think I'd be afraid of heights too if I went to that dam!

Andrew and Meagan said...

love it! good for you for writing those translations down- it's amazing how quickly their gibberish turns into the real pronunciations and we forget the cute ways they used to say things. :)

Drama queens mum (Kimberly) said...

Very cute blog. I'm following you now from New Friend Friday.

Thalita Dol said...

Thank you for your visit!!
What a cute post... I can't wait to hear some more _in my case_ Lilla-Portuguese.

many many hugs from Brazil!