Mama / Papa
she can say both, but the funny thing is she calls both her parents with the same term. She used "Mama" for a while, then "Papa", and now it's back to "Mama". It's weird to me to be called "Mama", or for her mum to be called "Papa". Even Dey get called "Mama", Haha.
A very important one for her. I didn't expect this word would be in the top five she would learn.
for water (eau = water) but she puts a "e" sound in front of it. She asks for water like 5 times a day and has a funny pronunciation.
when the food is hot
Nono (with the finger moving)
She uses the "no" a lot, unlike the "yes". To say yes, she will just node her head with a smile.
caca__ / __pipi
for poo-poo and pee-pee. She actually use one or ther other interchangeably for both scenario, just like with mama / papa. So when she says "caca", she actually wants to pee.
for shark, she used this one two days ago while coloring a shark. She probably listened to the "baby shark" song long enough to remember that one.
I probably missed some?
PS: The funny thing is, while her vocabulary is pretty limited, she can have long talk and sentences in her own language that we cannot understand.