Thursday, January 6, 2011

Fluff tonight!

Yeah I'm not in the mood.....maybe I'll blog about that tomorrow before work, but let's just say I'm glad the day is over. 

On a happier note, I figured I"d write down Tigger's words she spontaneously says appropriately and in the right context as well as some phrases I do a double take's mainly jargon, but I swear they sound like the phrases I will write

True words she can say
Mimi (means sleep)
Daisy (my dog)
Luz (light in Spanish)
'mer (comer--eat in Spanish)
manos (hands in Spanish)
'patos (zapatos--shoes in Spanish)
Ya (all done Spanish)
Mas (more Spanish)

phrases I swear I hear, but it's not constant and I have no idea how!
No quiero (I don't want to in Spanish)
este mio (this one is mine in Spanish)
I like this
stop it
pon alla (put it there in Spanish)

True phrases
ya! bye!
doggie woof woof

points to pictures
in love with and can point out a dog, frog, sheep, horse
can identify eyes, nose, mouth, ears, head, hair, hands, feet when I ask in Spanish on her body.
Responds and says her real name (not Tigger lol)

And then a whole mess of jargon day in and day out....with expected responses from me, so my mind is slightly boggled at this moment

she used to say Nariz (nose in Spanish)  but I haven't heard it in a long time.


QbanLady said...

She'd loved the book that Los Reyes brought to her! It is all about Words--What is this?
Hopefully I'll be better soon and be able to see you both pretty soon!

Ticia said...

Sounds like you've had a week like mine......

Stephanie said...

I read your blog and had to comment on this post. I'm fostering a 2 year old girl who is bilingual (Spanish and English) and she uses Mimi for sleep as well! I love how their language develops, so adorable!