My 1-year-and-9-months-old daughter says lots of words.

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Dec 16, 2017 21:31
My 1-year-and-9-months-old daughter says lots of words. She used to say "わんわん (which means doggy)" even if she saw any animal. Now, she can say にゃんにゃん (which means kitty), パ (パンダ) (which means panda), さるさ (お猿さん) (which means monkey), and さちゃ (うさちゃん) (which means bunny). When she finds something, she can say "あった" which means "there it is". When she finds someone, she can say "いた" which means "there he/she is". And she often says "やだ" which means "No". She understands what I say, but she doesn't listen to me. I'm really having trouble with her.
1歳9ヶ月の娘は沢山の言葉を話します。以前はどんな動物を見ても「わんわん」と言っていました。今では「にゃんにゃん」「パ(パンダ)」「さるさ(猿さん)」「さちゃ(うさちゃん)」が言えるようになりました。何かを見つけた時「あった」、誰かを見つけた時「いた」と言えます。そしてしょっちゅう「やだ」と言います。私が何を言ってるかわかっても、言うことを聞きません。本当に手を焼いてます。