January 30, 2007

"Dadadadada!"


Hattie has been saying, "Dadadada" all day long. I have to admit, I'm a bit jealous. She has yet to babble, "Mamama." I don't understand it! I mean, who was the one that did 99% of the night feedings!?!?! Who is the one that takes care of her all day long?!?! Who is the one that GAVE BIRTH to her!?!?! NOT DADA!!! She is even saying, "Bahbah," which I understand because a girl's gotta eat, but why not "Mama?!?!" Well, anyways, Hattie Ruth is definitely a daddy's girl, and from what I can tell, Sean is pretty smitten, too ;0)!


3 comments:

Cheryl Wimberly said...

I was just thinking about that this morning. I was saying to Saige, "do you want to go see Dada?" And then it occurred to me... how many times do I say the word Mama? Never! I think that is just it... since we are with them all day, we would have to speak to them in third person to get them to know our name. I might just start doing that - "Mama's changing your diaper, Mama's playing with you..." I don't think I will be able to keep it up though! : ) And besides we will have to admit sooner or later that our girls have their Daddys wrapped around their little finger and it all starts with saying Dada first. : )

Love you guys - Hattie is a doll!

-cheryl

Sean, Stephanie and Hattie said...

Cheryl,

You are so right! I never thought about how much I say "Dada" to Hattie. Well, I'm just gonna have to start saying "Mama," I guess. Hattie SO has her daddy wrapped around her little, chubby finger. It's so cute! I love watching him melt around her.

Andrew said...

The next thing you need to teach her is how to form those little chubby fingers into the shape of a "horns down". That's when we'll know for sure that she's Sean's daughter.

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