Wednesday, July 12, 2006


The ever-expanding vocabulary of my 14-month old amazes me... some words are pretty clear, but others I'm probably thinking that he says them. Some of my favorites, with accompanying actions:

He's big enough now to crawl into his stroller on his own, which he'll do randomly and then say, "Go. Go." When I ask him where he wants to go he says, "Buh-bye."

We're just now getting a lot of "what's this?" Sometimes he'll repeat the word back to you, or at least that's what I think he's doing. My mom's in town and she of course thinks he's brilliant.

By far his favorite word is ball. It's often the first word that he utters in the morning when I pick him up from his crib.

He still loves to play peek-a-boo, which we just call "Peek!" So it shocked me completely when he walked past me in a room the other day and when he turned around to come back in and see me, he said, "Peek-a-boo."

This kid really has me wrapped around his pudgy little finger!


P.S. (an after-thought) said...

I'm on grandma duty and enjoying this toddling 19 month old. I'm teaching him new words, and all sorts of fun things. It is 90 degrees today, so I taught him to play with icecubes.

"imagine the darkness in love with the light." said...

ah how cure.!! ^^

juniper68 said...

oh, sweetie!