Her new words are:
which she only says when she is holding some sort of bible! Amazing to us because we have no idea how she knows the difference between a Bible and any other book yet.
said with her arms out wide the same way we do.
which sounds more like bleen lup and is adorable.
usually said when we put her in the car seat.
always said in exclamation
said in the classic little rascals otay, and surely the result of me responding to her constant oh nos with it's ok!
which really is new, and said very emphatically!
which sounds like opfh and is used interchangably for 'off' and 'on' which is confusing sometimes.
And she is starting to understand the power of sentences, which is lots of fun... especially "I poop." Typically from her crib we hear:
"maMA! maMA! uh oh. uh oh"
"what's uh oh Kenna?"
"did you poop? or pee pee?"
"Yep. I poop."
and upon inspection, we find her holding out a poopy little finger, which she has stuck inside her diaper to determine that it is, in fact, poop. Thank you, Kenna. Needless to say, we come running to find out what "uh oh" is.