Laura her gone through almost every single consonant of the alphabet, but she insists in avoid the “mmmm”. She said mamama a couple of times, but almost by “mistake”. She says “yum, yum” a lot, especially when eating or hungry, and her mamama sounds a bit like yum, yum.
She knows bababa, cacaca, dadada, papapa, tatata, yayaya… and now she is really into nanana. But what about mamama??? It’s mamama who wakes up in the middle of the night to feed you and rock you back to sleep, young lady.
Fine, she doesn’t say mamama, but she gives me the best hugs in the whole world. 🙂