I love that every baby has his or her own language or set of words. Mitch has a few phrases that would seem like random jibberish except that he has said them over and over for months now that I'm convinced they do in fact mean something to him:
Be Pa Pa (add in clasped hands shaking in the air) - maybe this is his interpretation of a melody?
Pina ma - Usually expressing excitement/happiness in a moment.
Ju Ma Ma or Ju Pa Pa - Now that I'm writing this, I wonder if it has something to do with mom vs. dad?
Mina or Pino or Bears - the distress calls, coupled with squinted eyes and lines in the forehead.
He's also progressed from "choo choo" to "choo choo chain!" and his voice rises as he insists on watching it on the TV.
He mimics everything now and I damn near died laughing when after he pointed and declared "choo choo chain" at yet another Tommy train, I said, "I know!" (with excitement) and he repeated "I know." Very matter of factly.