11.25.2009

Moona es UP!

At 21 months old, some of Hazels words these days, though she adds more every day.

cup
flies (any bug, always plural)
moie (more)
cai (car)
truck
vroom
train
choochoo
up
down
nite nite
BIE!! (goodbye)
hi.
no.
yup.
thanks.
peeze (please)
mama or mommie
dada
butt
dis (this)
dat (that)
GABBOO GABBOO!! (asking to watch her favorite show, Yo Gabba Gabba)
hep! (help)
oh kay oh kay (said under her breath whenever she is nervous or concentrating)
ohhhhh nooooo!!!! (very dramatic)
boook (book)
poop
fart
dada's cup (beer bottle)
chubbies, or chow-bies (berries- took us a while to figure this one out)
cheese!
moona (moon)
Buba (our dog hector)
Other animals: cat, dog (and they say "foof!"), hoss (horse), baaaa (sheep), tur-tul (turtle), gucks (and they say "kak!")
hut (hot)
wa-wa (water)
wet
abble (apple)
noodle
eyes
nose
har (hair)
head
hat
go!!
brush (as a verb!)
pool
shower
ball
dirt
blocks
trees
pints and shit (pants and shirt)
sock
shoes
boots
why?
nice... (used for her favorite clothes, lotion being rubbed in, and stickers on her arm.)
bike
weeeee!!!
food
ice
bee-bee (baby, particularly important at this juncture)
P.U. (always said with a sniff in the direction of the offense, usually used to point out when someone farts.)
boobs (which she likes to point out on others)
beech (beach)
monies (coins)
wa-waruash (walrus)
sup (syrup)
dirt
house
beach
trees
one, two, three
four
five
all done
all gone
Hay-hay (this is what she calls herself)

She has recently been stringing some of these words together into short sentences and its so funny; "Is it hut? Noooo.....it's not hut" "Where mama go?" "The moona is up!" "Moie chowbees peeze." "Oh, Buba butt...P.U."

It's fun to focus our energies on all this good stuff. Tonight, actually right at this moment, is the one year anniversary of Hazel being rushed into emergency surgery to have the battery removed from her esophagus. We are, needless to say, still quite traumatized by the whole experience, and still extremely angry at Beverly Hospital. I expect that will only fade with time. Meanwhile, we are very focused on everything we have to be thankful for right now. Our daughter was not expected to live, and our family was almost destroyed one year ago this week, but she did and it wasn't and I'll never be able to forget how blessed we are.

Now if only I could take an Ativan with a wine chaser to fall asleep tonight.....

2 comments:

Jamie said...

Don't forget "boobs."

Dazzled by my boys said...

I can't believe she says that much!! Can you come to Ohio and have her teach Grady a few words??