The remainder of her monologue was spoken in Serbo-Croatian, and for one brief segment where she punctuated her repetitive syllables with clicking noises, Swahili. At least that's my guess.
When your child says mama for the first time -- or any close approximation of the word -- your heart does little cartwheels. It's just so sweet.
It counterbalances the fact that my two equally lovely children said mommy roughly 117 times during the half hour before dinner. (They also sung the Wonder Pets theme song twenty-two consecutive rounds, helping a baby gecko, a baby chipmunk, a Bengal tiger, and some baby ducklings. They've got the right stuff.)
I'm positive that they were speaking English. I only pretended that they were speaking Serbo-Croatian so I didn't have to respond every time.