If you are reading this, you are among the first to know: Meg has uttered a real word. It's "uh-oh." Wait, does that count as a real word? Isn't it more like an expression, or an exclamation? Oh well, my sister Lena's first word was, "Booooo," so I guess we can count this. (That's "Booooo" as in, "Lena, what sound does a cow make?" "Booooo!")
Meg has now said, "uh-oh" repeatedly, so I feel confident that this one could actually stick. Coming from her mouth, it sounds somewhat like "uh-errr," but the intonation is pretty unmistakable. She especially likes when Daddy or Mommy says it first so she can imitate. "Meg, say, 'Uh-oh!'"
In other Meg-news, today, instead of choosing a blanket as her friend for the morning, Meg chose one of Mommy's maternity blouses. She picked it up, looked at it for a second and immediately put it over her head as if it were one of her own shirts. After a little assistance from Mommy, here is the result: