"Uh oh" when he drops things
He said "more" (mah) when he heard his sister say it.
I wish I could put a helmet on my son. He gets a new bruise or bump on that beautiful, big, little head at least once a day.
He says "woof" and "quack." He loves animals and calls most of them "Gua guas."
He waves and squeals towards certain cabinets when he wants stuff. He used to be allowed in this cabinet with the plastic containers but it made such a royal mess I put the child lock on it. This photo is when he descovered that child lock for the first time. He wasn't amused.
He doesn't really shove his hand down my neckline anymore when he's feeling insecure.
Words: balloon, hello, hi, quack, book, bounce, dat, sit, either please or eat.
He likes carrying around snacks in a ziplock Baggie.
He's getting a little less obedient as he strives to discover the world on his own terms.
He hits. A lot. I'm not sure what to do about it. He seems to realize he can get away with more stuff than his sister and he defends himself and pesters her with hitting.
We moved his sister's kitchen set into his room and he's really excited.
He says "ow" and all animals seem to be "cuac cuac."
He really enjoys little chairs.
He likes to hold our hands during the family meal prayer. He grunts if we forget him.
He presses the dial tone button on the phone in our room and then pitch matches it with his voice.
He loves walking around eating snacks in ziplock baggies.
The angry/hitting phase seems to have calmed after about a week.
He understands and obeys what I consider to be complicated commands like, "Go out that clothespin back in Mommy's room," or "can you bring me Daddy's capo?"
When he's sleepy, he's a little Linus about having a blanket.
He covered me with a blanket the other day when I was lying down on the floor and then he patted me on the back like I always do to him.
He says "done."
He calls all animals gua guas--especially dogs. It is his word for doggy.
If left in his crib for awhile he'll start to play happily and sing to himself. He also likes to shake the crib.
Leaving daycare under the protective watch of his big sister.
Hanging out with one of my students (his favorite one) during miniterms at my school. He and his sister came by for a little bit.