Dear Olivia,

Letter Forty One listed all of the words you can say, and in such a short space of time, you’ve learned so many new ones already! You’ll be 21 months old in just over a week, and you really do never shut up! You’ve started forming proper sentences and it’s really amazing to see you developing so much every day.

The french words you can say at (almost) 21 months old are (the ones in bold are the new ones):

Kaka (poop)

  • Pipi (wee)
  • Bras (arm)
  • Bouche (mouth)
  • T’aime (love you)
  • Papa
  • Couche (nappy)
  • Arbre (tree)
  • Cochon (pig)
  • Chat (cat)
  • Pied (foot)
  • Bon nuit (goodnight)
  • Dents (teeth)
  • Papillon (butterfly)

The English words you can say are (the ones in bold are the new ones):

  • Mummy
  • Daddy
  • Kiera (as opposed to Kia)
  • Olivia
  • Baby
  • Hello/bye
  • Dog
  • Cat
  • Goat
  • Pig
  • Frog
  • Bird
  • Woof woof
  • Meow
  • On/off
  • Foot
  • Socks
  • Belly
  • Crumpet
  • Chair
  • Toast
  • Milk
  • Juice
  • Kiss
  • Drink
  • No/Yeah
  • Banana
  • Crisps
  • Door
  • Keys/car keys
  • Nanny
  • Craig
  • Songs
  • Bed
  • Bath
  • Hand
  • Cug/cuggle
  • Ta
  • Please
  • This
  • Some
  • What
  • More
  • Horse
  • Hair
  • Ears
  • Lunch
  • Chocolate
  • Bauble
  • Ball
  • Shoes
  • Coat
  • Hat/scarf/glove
  • Car
  • Pram
  • Up/down
  • Night night
  • Teddy
  • Poo
  • Butt
  • Powder
  • Tree
  • Wait
  • Help
  • Wipes
  • Nose
  • Plug
  • Rug
  • Pillow
  • Pretty
  • Beautiful
  • Crazy
  • Sarah
  • Play
  • Amy
  • Darren
  • Charlotte
  • Outside
  • Dirty
  • Naughty
  • Yuck
  • Bag
  • Teeth
  • Brush
  • Eye
  • Sunny
  • Jump
  • Biscuit
  • Blanket
  • Friend
  • Mary
  • Siri
  • Phone
  • Beatbox
  • Help/helping
  • Past
  • Bread

The sentences you say now are (the ones in bold are the new ones):

  • High five
  • Oh dear
  • Come in/come here
  • All gone
  • Want one
  • Good girl (this is what you call the song Let it Go from Frozen)
  • “You’re a poo” (thanks for teaching her that one, Kiera!)
  • Go away (thanks again Daddy – though that one backfired as you normally tell Daddy to go away)
  • Wake up/get up
  • “Ah it’s a mummy/daddy cuggle”
  • Don’t touch
  • It’s funny
  • You’re welcome (from the Moana song)
  • “Where’s baby/there she is”

Your recent obsession with Frozen has also led to you singing along to the songs, so I’m sure there are more odd words in those that you’ve learned too!

You’re so clever Baby Mrs, I’m so proud of you xxx

Mummies Waiting