I was always in amazement at those Mom's. How did she know that? And, how in the world did she think I would know what that babble meant? Why did she act surprised that someone who had spoken English for their entire life could not make out what her child had just said?
Well, here I am with two toddlers of my own. I can now add interpreter to my list of Mommy-Abilities. I have learned not to assume that people know what my children are saying, but I sure do feel good about it when they get it right! Even though I am pretty sure that no one will be able to translate what Maddie is saying, I know exactly what she is saying. I think if the word was used in context you could probably figure it out. To be non-biased (and, ok, a little difficult), I have her saying the word out of context.
So, a challenge I present before you. What is little Miss Maddie Jane saying? (My husband and mother can not participate....either can Ruthie)
She says it so confidently, you feel as if you should know what she is saying, right?
Let the guessing begin!
(On a more disgusting side note: that entire meal she is eating during this video was vomited up in the middle of the night. Special shout out to Mark for helping with the clean-up mission in the dark, and not vomiting himself.)