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Monday, March 4, 2013

Got My Daddy on My Mind

Brenna began saying "DaDa" around 10-11 months old...and then she regressed and wasn't making any repetitive sounds. Just when it was starting to worry me, "DaDa" returned with a vengeance, and her little voice is just the sweetest sound to me.

We're still working on MaMa :)




14 comments:

  1. This was too funny- she is so cute! Her voice is absolutely adorable. I loved the part where she shook her head no. LOL

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  2. Precious, precious, precious!!

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  3. I love this...she is so incredibly adorable!!!

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  4. she is beautiful!!!!!.. look at that sparkle in her eyes when she says "dada" you know that sparkle means.."Nope mom, not doing it" ...You are in for it when she gets older She already has that Dada card down pat.....What a precious video............... she is a peach!!!!!

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  5. She is so cute i just want to hug her so adorable

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  6. She is so adorable. Good job Brenna!

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  7. This gave me goosebumps. She's darling like all babies!

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  8. I'm going through the same thing with my 16 month old! I love that he adores his Daddy, but I'd love to hear him say MY name occasionally. :P

    When I showed him this video he said, "yeah!" It was like he was encouraging Miss Brenna to keep saying JUST Dada!

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  9. Lady, you are not getting it - DADA! Haha Why must they always say dada first??? No fair! :) She is so adorable in this video. I want to grab her up so badly! Lol

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  10. Thank you so much for sharing Brenna's hallmarks with us. That sweet voice brings back such fond memories. She's a doll.

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  11. Cute, cute, cute! And nobody rocks a hat like precious little Brenna. Thanks for sharing your sweetheart. (She'll say your name eventually!)

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  12. My kiddos did this too- I like to think 2 things--Da da must be easier to form on the tongue AND
    The babes save the best for last! (No dis to dads everywhere)! Julie atalla

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