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“You know, twinkle, twinkle little star, ABCDEFG and what about ba-ba black sheep, have you any wool?”
“Also, she said "ba-ba" to Rob when he said "bye-bye" to her this morning.”
“GRACE: It ` s going to take more than Doritos and Diet Coke in a ba-ba to lose custody.”
“First, if your child at one year is not babbling and that is the ma-ma, ba-ba sound, if your child's not babbling and isn't pointing at objects or pointing at people, that's a red flag.”
“They just call her baby or sometimes boo-boo or ba-ba.”
“I was supposed to teach them a song about space that went to the tune of "ba-ba black sheep.”
“Deprived of our shepherd and our sheep-dogs, we civic sheep have set up so loud a ba-ba, that we have terrified the wolves who wished to devour us.”
“It can only say "ga-ga" and "ba-ba"; but with oh! how searching a voice, how touching a look -- that is, if one is fond of babies!”
“Sometimes when children are first learning to talk, they will say approximations of words, like "ba-ba" in place of bottle, or "tu-tee" instead of cookie.”
“All through pajamas, brushing her teeth, combing her wet hair, she kept crying, "I wanna be a BAY-BEE!" and "I want my ba-ba!”
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