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My daughter’s first word was mama. It made me feel probably the most important person on the earth.
He hasn’t really had a first word yet. He says the ends of words like ik for milk.
My son actually just said his first word this morning and it was bye-bye.
My five-month’s first word was dada. And it didn’t make me feel a certain type of way because she’s really close with her dad. And he’s a stay-at-home father and I work. So, I understand.
My daughter’s first word was daddy.
Dada. So, of course, that made me slightly jealous considering I’m with her more throughout the day.
My son’s first words were mama, no, and I think E I E I O.
Mom. She says mom all the time. I don’t think she knew initially that it was me. She would just say, “Mamamamam.” Not really realizing what it was, but now it’s definitely clear that she knows I’m mom.
Mama. I was overjoyed with happiness. I felt wanted. I felt loved. I felt needed.