Vocabulary Test

As per Aunt Kathryn’s request – (we had already made a list Wednesday night at dinner),  the words she can say at almost 15 months (new words added in red on 1/21/09):

  1. Mama
  2. Dada
  3. Papa
  4. More
  5. Bubble
  6. Please
  7. Juice (this word is used for anyting that comes in a cup: water, milk, juice, sweet tea)
  8. Shoes (this word is used for anyting that goes on her feet:  shoes, socks, slippers)
  9. Cheese
  10. Cookie (this word is used for any food that she really likes but doesn’t have a word for yet)
  11. Yogurt
  12. Baby
  13. Bear
  14. Eye
  15. Belly
  16. Belly button
  17. Ball
  18. Bath
  19. Bye bye
  20. Booboo
  21. Fish
  22. No
  23. Go Gamecock
  24. Keys
  25. Ow
  26. Moon
  27. Wow (always spoken in a whisper for some reason)
  28. Uh-oh
  29. This
  30. Up
  31. Pineapple
  32. Wee (always accompanies a good trip down the slide)
  33. Ice
  34. Block
  35. Book
  36. Cheers
  37. Hat
  38. Hi/Hey
  39. Trees
  40. George
  41. Nana (for Grammy)
  42. Teeth
  43. Sock
  44. Stuck
  45. Banana
  46. Duck
  47. Brush
  48. Star

I feel like she says more words, we just haven’t figured out what she’s saying yet, because she sure does talk a lot.

And just for fun, her animal sounds – for a few months EVERY animal said, “ruff”.  We have been trying really hard to break her of that.  I think the barn that Grammy got her, the animal book that Aunt Kathryn got her, and the See and Say Animal Noise Wheel that Mama got her have helped a great deal.

  1. Moo (Cow)
  2. Ruff (Dog)
  3. Hoo  (Owl)
  4. Quack (Duck)
  5. Ah Ah (Monkey)
  6. Baa (Sheep and Goat)
  7. SSSSS (Snake)
  8. Her Pig does not make a noise, but she does wrinkle up her nose when you ask her what a pig says.
  9. Neigh (Horse)
  10. Roar (Lion/Tiger/Bear/oh my, Etc)

Since I’m making lists, the body parts she can identify:

  1. Eye
  2. Nose
  3. Mouth
  4. Tongue
  5. Head
  6. Hair
  7. Chin
  8. Knees
  9. Ear
  10. Hands
  11. Feet
  12. Arms
  13. Belly
  14. Belly Button

I’m done now.  Sorry for the post that was only really interesting to four people, including me.


4 Responses

  1. I am one of the four….

  2. …and she knows sign language for “more”
    ….and I’m sure one of the words she is saying that we can’t understand yet is her version of “Grammy”

  3. um, yeah, josh says like 5 words and is 3 months older than piglet. beware though, sera talked like that at that age and now we CANNOT GET HER TO SHUT UP! 🙂

  4. yeah, we were really excited when she learned to walk, but now she NEVER. STOPS. MOVING. I am sure the same will be true for talking.

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