Dokey-dokey: Okey dokey
Toys! (always said with an exclamation point at the end; you can just tell)
Doggie (also Puppy)
Wok: Rock (this one you sometimes have to hear in a sentence- or at least a gesture)
Dow: Down (and usually said "dow-dow-dow!")
Shing: Sing (usually song, usually Elmo's song)
Dory! (again always said with an exclamation point)
Me (can mean her, but can mean "you"; another example of "could you use it in a sentence...?")
Gam: her Gram (my mom; only said a couple times, but it was distinct!)
Paws (I might have made a mistake in referring to her hands as paws, as in "put that little paw in mine"...)
And, of course, No, NOOOOO, No-No, and, just recently, Nope.
And that's all I can think of for now, at 11:30 at night. Her language expands so rapidly (daily) I realized if I didn't record it somewhere, we wouldn't have a way to remember her first real words, when she said them and the way she said them. And I expect there are a few long-distance friends and grandparents (and great-grand!) who might like a little list too...
And a cute story. We had a really busy day yesterday, playgroup in the morning, and then a visit to my parents after that. We played there for a couple of hours and suddenly Dory looked up, shook her hands (her sign for "all done"), and said "all done, bye-bye." And waved. Her grandparents (being easygoing people) were delighted and they burst out laughing. I packed us up, we got in the car, and within three minutes she was asleep. Isn't that amazing? Did she know she was ready for a nap? Could she tell she needed a break? Or was she just tired of her grandparents (just kidding Grandpa and Granny!). My instinct says, she was ready for a rest and she took good care of herself by letting us know. Just amazing.