A new type of babbling

Fiona has been babbling in a new way lately.  She is repeating syllables over and over again. (example: mamama)  Also, she is combining different syllables and sounds together in a string. (ex: mamawawababa)  This is really great to see!

This type of babbling is called canonical babbling and usually starts at the age of 6 to 10 months of age.  Since Fiona’s hearing age is 5 months then she is right on target for where we would want her to be.  If you’d like to learn more about the types of babbling babies go through here is a good link.

Here is a video of Fiona babbling:

I’m not sure if you’ve ever seen this adorable video of two twins babbling back and forth together.  If not, its a must see.  😉

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4 thoughts on “A new type of babbling

  1. Aunt Florence and Uncle Leo

    That’s great. By the way that house sure looks like a baby lives in it.

  2. Phyllis Ellison

    WOW! She is doing awesome! Thank u for sharing your journey to help others and their parents! You are all 3 blessings and encouragers… Eliza, we are so thankful that u can stay home with Fiona… Hearing “MaMa” is precious, sweet music to a Mother’s ears, along wiith all the sounds she is making! Fiona is one beautiful, smart little girl! We Love and Miss u All! Great Uncle Robert and Aunt Phyllis

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