Japanese Phrase of the Day! You are so snuggly.

Grab the FREE, weekly Phrase of the Day Calendar

in the language of your choice!

How did your oldest child react when their little brother or sister came into the world? Some kids are immediately in love… while others (like Darian meeting Nolan) take some time to adjust to sharing mom. Today’s phrase will help to include your big kids while spending time with the baby. Get cozy on the couch while you feed baby and say to each other, “You are so snuggly.” Hopefully, this little learning time while bring some togetherness to your day!

🖨️ Click the form to the right to get a FREE phrase of the day calendar for this week in the language of your choice.

🇲🇽Spanish
🇫🇷French
🇩🇪German
🇮🇹Italian
🇯🇵Japanese
🇨🇳Chinese {Mandarin}
🇧🇷Brazilian Portuguese
🇷🇴Romanian
🇮🇱Hebrew
🇷🇺 Russian

Hey, it’s Adelaide from TalkBox.Mom,
where you start

talking in a foreign language
with your family from day one!

And this week we’re continuing on with our theme for a Phrase of the Day,

which are baby phrases!

Now, If you don’t have a baby, tag your favorite baby mama friend

below, so that she can get this week’s
Phrase of the Day Calendar

with baby phrases in it, for free!
And, it has the phrases that

we’re working on, and she can choose the language of her choice,

or if you have a baby, you can do that, so, yay!

And, if you already have the $35 phrase book, you can

follow along in the app with the language that you have because

today we were working on the phrase,
“You are so snuggly” that

you can also use this with older kids,
but, ah, doesn’t just a

snuggly baby feel so good?

It relieves all my stress! Love a snuggly baby.

So, today we’re going to be doing the
phrase in Japanese and

I’m going to show you how to get there,

if you do have the phrase book already.

So, what you’ll do is, you’ll go ahead
and click into your

book, and then you’re going to want to
go down to the “S” chapter.

So, I’m going to go to “S”
and then you’re going to go over

to the word “Snuggle.”

So, let’s go to that.

Okay, and this is what a native speaker
would say in the situation

to say that they’re snuggly.

Okay, so I don’t do Japanese at home,

so I’m giving my best go, and I hope you do too, as you follow along with the native speaker.

Here we go!

くっつき虫だね。
“Kuttsuki” “Kuttsuki”

くっつき虫だね。
“mushidane” “mushidane”

“Kuttsuki mushidane.”
“Kuttsuki mushidane.”

Ah! Let me do that one more time.

I got a little tongue-tied, so
I want, I want to do it again;

I think it’s so fun!
Now, to teach your baby this phrase;

it’s the same way

you’re teaching them English when you’re saying, “You’re so

snuggly.” You’re just using it in Japanese.

You’re doing the same thing,
and your baby’s so smart that your

baby will start making that
association, and picking up on

Japanese or whatever language you’re doing.

Okay, so let’s do it one more time.

I’m going to look at it, like, really close.

oh, sorry, I didn’t click the… I didn’t click the button.

I have a speaker in my hand and my phone.
I feel like a mom,

you know, juggling everything.

Okay, here we go. Let me go up.

くっつき虫だね 。
“Kuttsuki” “Kuttsuki”

くっつき虫だね。
“mushidane” “mushidane”

くっつき虫だね。
“Kuttsuki mushidane.”

I love it!

Okay, so as you keep doing this,
you’ll start hearing the sounds

in Japanese better, and speaking better.

That was my first go at the phrase, and I thought that was

very, very fun.

So, if you’re using this phrase in
whatever language, I would

love to celebrate with you.

So, tag us on Instagram Stories

if you’re publishing a video
of you using it and use @talkboxmom

so we can join in on the fun.

Okay. See you in Instagram! Bye!

Leave a comment