Baby's First Word Is 'Google', Is Captured By Nest Home Security Cam In Nursery

March 14, 2019


This is a video of illustrator Clio Chiang's little baby girl saying her first word (Google) after Clio's husband is rocking the baby in the nursery and asks Google to play a song (the batty song? I need to download that). Admittedly, Google does sound like a pretty effortless first word, especially considering it's only a baby step away from googoo. Granted I'm sure most moms probably hope their baby's first word is going to be 'mama', and dads 'dada', but I guess this is what happens when you ask Google to play the batty song a hundred times a day. "What was your first word, GW?" Simon and Garfunkel's 'The Sound Of Silence' in its entirety.

Keep going for the video, it's pretty cute, especially how excited the father gets.

Thanks to hairless, who informed me his first word was 'Geronimo!' as he jumped from the delivery bed using his placenta as a parachute and made a bee-line for the snack machine in the lobby. Oh wow.

  • Mary Hunt

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  • Deksam

    In my big family, My 1st sentence was "Shut up brat"

  • lushkneebumbuild

    google isn't a word it's the gibberish of a baby

  • GeneralDisorder

    So... the count fled the Carpathian Mountains at a young age? Huh...

    From wikipedia''s "Romania in World War II" page:
    "Of all the allies of Nazi Germany, Romania bears responsibility for the deaths of more Jews than any country other than Germany itself."

    The Count has a surprisingly dark back story then.

  • robert avila

    yeah like babies haven't been saying "Goo Goo" for the longest time. People hear what they want to hear

  • GeneralDisorder

    Pareidolia is a pretty strong influence. If you listen hard enough stuff sounds like stuff you recognize.

    I personally believe that pareidolia is the explanation for almost every paranormal occurrence ever.

  • Nicholas Conrad

    Welp, I guess there's not going to be a robot uprising, it will be more like a robot upbringing. Better, or worse, I'm not quite sure.

  • Bling Nye

    I probably would've turned out the same. Beep boop.

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