Somewhere in the video (most of the way through it, I think) I heard her say "from" with a /t/ in the beginning ("tum"), but it was just after another word she switched t/k and I think maybe she was on a roll. I hadn't been paying attention to the /f/ sound before that so she could have said it a billion times and it just didn't sink in. It just caught my ear. No big deal. I did notice it at the end of the word further on in the video.
Or maybe she was saying something else entirely and I didn't understand what she was saying, which is also possible...
As for "please," yes there are the same issues but in my opinion it's a step up from "more" - just because as an adult she'll continue to say, "I'd like a glass of water, please." Please is actually part of a polite request. You only use more when you mean ... well, more.
I actually have seen kids who had that "more" means "want" so firmly entrenched that when the teacher tried to show them "more" as a mathematical concept - "Who has more apples?" The kid thought he was being offered the apples himself (they were in a picture) and started looking around at his dad and saying, "more apple!" to ask for an apple. Just unnecessarily confusing. Where if he said "apple please" (or even "please apple") it would make perfect sense.
I think we are both in the same place with where to proceed from here with IUI/treatments/adoption. Just a lot to think about.
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