The Bean Family

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The morning routine these days

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4:30 am: Mrs Bean tries to convince Kai to sleep a little more.

5:30 am: Kai gestures that she wants something to eat.  She will often sit on one of our heads.

5:45: I take Kai to the bathroom, then we head to the kitchen.  She’ll head to the fridge, pull on the door then look at me and say “Open!”

5:45 onwards: munch munch munch.  “Mawr!” (more), “Jee-issh” (cheese), “deblabla” (strawberry).


Written by geeky bean

April 27, 2011 at 2:30 pm

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  1. That would be lovely if it were happening 2 hours later.


    April 27, 2011 at 2:35 pm

  2. I’m curious to know how you figured out that “deblabla” means “strawberry”. I guess once we’re at that stage it’ll be obvious?

    mama bea, baointheoven

    April 29, 2011 at 12:46 pm

  3. She would point to it and say “deblabla”, and we’d ask “do you want a strawberry?” and she’d say yes.

    Then, she’s ask for them when they weren’t visible – pulling the strawberries out and asking if she wanted one would result in a “ya!”.

    She does the same for other words and has started putting things together – “ba” is bottle, “muh” is milk and if she wants milk in a bottle she’ll ask for “muh ba”, versus “wa ba” (bottle with water).

    She’s also made up her own gestures for some things, like patting her chest and saying “di-der” when asking for stickers.

    geeky bean

    April 29, 2011 at 1:09 pm

  4. @ strawberry: amen, sister!


    May 4, 2011 at 9:45 pm

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