Sunday, July 18, 2010
One of the cutest things my daughter says now is "Beep beep." Try imagining a 14-month-old just learning to talk saying this phrase with an upward inflection at the end, almost as if she's asking a question.
It's what she calls her belly button.
And I LOVE it.
A few weeks ago, I touched her belly button and said "Beep, beep!" She giggled. So I did it a few more times.
And now it's stuck.
"Paige, where's your beep beep?"
And she immediately looks down to find it and push a chubby pointer finger into it. Often, she'll say "Beep beep?" and then look for mine.
Today, we went swimming and she got a little frustrated when her one-piece suit did not allow easy access to the beep beep.
(The other really cute thing Paige says now is, "Rye Rye?"
Her brother. She's almost always wondering where he is. It's like he's her north. Without knowing exactly where he is, she isn't quite complete.
Also love this. How could a mama not? )