"walk-um" (welcome) anytime she brings something to you or does a task she automatically responds with "walk-um!"
"ha-cup, ha-cup" (hiccup) Aubrey gets hiccups at least three times a day and Rae thinks its the best thing ever. She'll either "ha-cup" when she does or repeat it non-stop as if she's hiccuping herself.
"farted" probably the worst pronunciation for the word phone, but it's hilarious. Especially since she loves to carry around an old phone of my mom's and when it's missing she loses it.
It's a toss up between Curious George and Tarzan as her favorite show to watch in the morning, so when she wakes up she asks for "money" (monkey) or "boy-girl" (Tarzan).. I haven't figured out why she calls Tarzan boy-girl, either because there's Jane or because Tarzan has long hair and she's confused. Either way, equally cute.
I wish you all could see the amazing animal noises/faces she makes for a pig and monkey. It's definitely my favorite and every night at dinner we try and get her to make then noises.
"tisses, tisses" (kisses) This is going to be Aubrey's first word. Anytime she first see's her sister she almost cries "tisses" until she can kiss her. She also asks for extra "tisses" at nap time and bedtime.
The other afternoon I was calling for Stefan upstairs but I was saying, "babe" and now she has been calling him babe.. and not just saying it, but shouting it.
and "ma!" changed to "momma" and now I'm "mom-mom"
The fork she asks for every night at dinner sounds like well, you know..
This probably doesn't excite you as much as it does me, but paired with her adorable little voice and exclamations it's pretty perfect to me. Staying home with her and Aubrey can definitely be tasking, especially because Rae has her mama's attitude and her own bit of sass but this is everything I've ever wanted. Watching her grow and learn is so important to me, something that I will never take advantage of.