He correctly identifies his diaper as poopy most of the time.
He sings the "y, z" part of the alphabet well.
He sings a lot! He sways side to side when he sings.
"Nur, nur? Yeah, yeah!"
"Poopy? Poopy?" While getting it changed: "Biaper? Pee-boo! Ha ha!"
"Puppy, puppy! A puppy!"
I farted and asher pointed to my butt and said, "Poopy?"
I counted to five and asher joined me on 4 and 5!
He understands that pictures and video represent something else.
He likes putting things away and puts things together well like pen caps or a nut and bolt.
He loves to color and likes to do it especially is he sees us using cool writing implements.
I told him to wipe his nose and he went, got a tissue from behind the couch, wiped his nose a couple of times, said, "Done!" And put it back in the box.
He likes investigating things like installation men and their gadgets and he loves gadgets like phones, remotes, and light switches.
The kids and I are watching Finding Nemo and Dave comes home and Asher runs to him excitedly and says "Daddy, Daddy!" Then he runs back to my bedroom pointing to the TV and yelling "Water, WATER!" Because he wanted his Daddy to see the cool watery movie he is watching. It was the cutest thing ever.
Asher came up to me last night as I was using my essential oils and he opened his sleeper and said, "Lolo? Lolo?" It didn't take me long to realize he wanted me to use some oils on him, so I gave him a gentle blend of cold relief since he's recovering from some sniffles.
He says "nope!" Actually, we are at the point where it's impossible to know all the things he can say because he says so many! I just think it's funny when he says "nope" instead of "no."
He closes doors. Sometimes he closes himself inside them by accident.
He says "Bible" when he wants to watch "What's In The Bible," which is definitely his favorite show.
He also likes watching Mater.
He gets so excited when Daddy comes home and eagerly tells him stuff. He is more excited about seeing that he is home than the actual coming in the door. He usually celebrates before Daddy has a chance to see him.
We had breakfast with Grandpa for Daddy's birthday. He loves his Grandpa.
A handmade present for him from my Aunt who made me and all my siblings and my daughter similarly embroidered quilts.
He loves our nursing sessions and nurses quite often still.
He wants to be where Daddy is because Daddy does fun things --especially when in the garage.
Shopping Target clearance with my sweeties.
Building towers with his sister.
And sometimes he still falls asleep in my arms at bedtime. I miss the days when it happened every night.