Just a few I can think of off the top of my head…

arf-arf = dog
gitty = cat
ticky-ticky = tickle
e-in = airplane
uck=truck, duck, or yuck depending on the situation
ock= rock or sock
ainain = raisin
ba-ba= cup, juicebox, water bottle, etc.
osh-osh= rhinoceros
deeshee = baby
up-da = up, down
dutton= belly button
mous= mouth
eas = ears
oush =nose
ice = slide
yeg=leg
dat=that
arsh-arsh=cars
diar=diaper
stink or yuck = messy diaper
boom=a sonic boom, something falling, a pillow
nana-nana-nana…= banana (this goes on until she gets one)
eesh = cheese
numma-numma=food
moo=moon
duck=anything with a beak or bill
ight=light

She will use all of these in sentences too.
For example, if she sees Reagan’s dog food: “Dat arf-arf numma-numma!!”
Or, pointing at the sky: “Moo!!! See moo??”
Or, going to bed: “night-night Deeshee, night-night fish, bye-bye ight”

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