Paige is obsessed with handing me things and saying "ta"... its quite funny, but sometimes I have to say "no thanks, you have it!"
She cant just put something down when she is done with it, and it always has to go to me with a "ta" first.
Its great that she knows her manners... although doesnt say it when I give her things! Haha... but jeezo its a bit old now! Poor thing says it everytime she gives me something, I dont remember her handing me something without saying it, so she must think its necesary!
Anyone elses LO like this? Or are there any other favourite words?
Me and OH say thank you but everyone else round here says Ta so our LO does to - yes only when handing us stuff, not when taking it, but that makes sense as people keep giving her things and saying Ta in order to teach her, so she thinks it is what you say when you give stuff!
I say thank you and ta to her. But I never say Ta to anyone else, I guess its just a baby thing that people say to babies! She often shoves things to me and says it like I have no choice in the matter! I may have to stop with the ta and start to say thank you all the time... I bet it sounds way cuter too! Lol
lepaskilf - Im in Scotland, near Glasgow.. and loads of adults say ta to each other, and ur right, it doesnt really sound very nice!
What's wrong with ta everyone round where I live says it, I've always said please and thank you to Alfie but he still says ta, we have the occasional 'ankoo' but at least he still knows to be polite even if it is slang. He also likes to say 'ooooh 'tis it ' so cute when he says it, he's also just started to say 'ooh is it' when someone knocks on the door xx
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