What's that one?

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  1. PeanutBean

    PeanutBean Mumma to Byron & Indigo

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    Anyone else's toddler at this stage? It varies from "What's this one?" about spots/moles/freckles to "What's that one?" about pictures in books. He will sit and say it to every single thing on a page. It's kind of sweet but I could do without all my blemishes being pointed out! :rofl:

    ETA Tonight I did it back to him and prodded his cheek and he looked puzzled and said "no spot mumma". :rofl:
     
  2. Tegans Mama

    Tegans Mama home edding mum of 2

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    :lol: Aren't kids fun?

    Tegan says "whassat" instead. Makes it into a single word (She is a lazy speaker) and asks it about EVERYTHING. She sits in the back of the car as we drive down a country lane, saying
    "whassat? ooh cow. Moo"
    "whassat!! sheep! baa"
    "whassat!!!!!!! car! brrmm brmmm"

    :rofl:
     
  3. sophieee18

    sophieee18 Well-Known Member

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    Alfie's first proper word was 'wasssat'. He says it all the time. He will point at little stains on the carpet and say 'wassat'. I say 'that's your dinner from last night' and he laughs and goes on to find his next stain lol.
     
  4. PeanutBean

    PeanutBean Mumma to Byron & Indigo

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    :lol:

    We also get "what's that noise?". That'll be dadda blowing his nose, a plane, a car, the dog barking....
     
  5. Mum2b_Claire

    Mum2b_Claire Mummy to Ruby & Scarlett!

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    Ruby says 'What's that?' and 'whooooo's that?' all the time!
    Sometimes I don't even know what she is pointing at.
     

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