There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Add gift card or promotion code. Loved the tale of how Vladimir came to stand for farty baby. My niece thought I was crazy when I asked my son “Is that you, Vladimir? John Cowan 27 June,
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Topic changes are best requested by e-mail, so it’ll have its own entry. This sounds like alcohol for babies. Then I heard BH’s sister say it, and I figured that she learned it from her mother. After all, you’re talking to a baby, who can’t talk back yet and who’s getting little other language input outside the x, so why not just make things up?
I did once hear a small child protest “it’s not a choo-choo. Add gift card or promotion code. From the Album Heroes and Soft Targets. When our son was little, he occasionally suffered from digestive events that we named Blanche, in a fit of Midwestern U. You have exceeded the maximum number of MP3 items in your MP3 cart.
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Growing up in the UK, I heard people say “Pee-po. As for choo-choos vs. Amanda 27 June, For American use of beddy-byes see this kwek from threadbared. In any case, I am so glad I found the blog. Sometimes I vary it and say “Here I am! When I play the game Peek-a-boo with a baby, I hide my face, then show it suddenly and say Peek-a-boo! Anonymous 27 March, No-one has picked up on your remark about gesundheit being more widely-used in the US than the UK.
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I know I added a whole new field of vocabulary to my French when I stayed with a French family with small children: Please click here to manage your MP3 cart content.
I found your blog by googling about “Peek-a-boo” and looking to see what one says in German for this. I was in the BrE shop today and the lady in front of me was buying a vial of booo called “Gripe Water”, which appeared to be some sort of remedy for baby’s indigestion as I have just confirmed on Wikipedia.
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I think faire dodo is better translated as ‘to go night-night’, isn’t it? Pooting has this meaning for us.
I’ve also now noticed my grandparents, who are originally from the same area my in-laws are, though the rest of the family moved away, also say peebo, so I think it must be a local dialect from Portsmouth and surrounds.
But if you’re saying “Pee-bo” etc.
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Although fascinated by trans-Atlantic language comparisons which is why I can’t tear myself away from this blogI’d never really thought of baby-talk differences before. Product details Original Release Date: The work dates from the s and 80s, I think, and I can’t find the original material on the web, though Sussex University Library has Before Speech: But at the same time, babytalk is remarkably widespread within a culture–though the ocean often gets kee, the way of a generic, international babytalk.
Surely that’s because it is seen as a foreign word – we don’t have the history of German immigration that the Mid-West and other parts of North America have.
Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. But when BH’s mother plays it, she says Beebo! Our family has always called the raspberries, blown into babies’ bellies, boobahs and so I was surprised that there was a British children’s show by the same name.