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Aria’s new Words


I just came across this excerpt from one of Rachel’s emails and thought that it was very cute and should be shared with all of you. So, here ’tis:

Here are some of Aria’s most recent words:
1)”Ow” for meow
2) “Sheoos” for shoes
3) “Ees” for cheese
4) “Sheoos” for juice (same as shoes)
5) “nak” for snack
6) “gu” for good
7) “gu-gu” for good girl
8) “be-be” for baby

That’s all I can think of right now. Oh, she said “nana” today for banana.

Short and sweet, but it’s pretty darn cute eh?

Blessings… I’ll write more soon.

One Response to “Aria’s new Words”

  1. Jessica
    November 29th, 2006 03:49

    i love it… i can’t wait to see her and actually hear her! although she had just started doing “gu gu” (good girl) when you visited in october. so much fun when kids start talking!

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