He recognizes all of his letters – most uppercase AND lowercase. I went away for a weekend and when I came back he could tell me the sounds most letters make. (And he likes to make motions with his letter sounds. So the “j” is for “jump” and he’ll jump around as he’s telling you what “j” sounds like.) He wakes most mornings singing the ABC song.
He has started repeating phrases like, “oh man!” and we knew we really had to watch what we say around him.
He’s still a picky eater, but as long as I leave food on the table, he’ll often sneak it off the table to eat. As long as I don’t suggest it, he’s fine. For example, carrots and broccoli. If I put them on a plate on the table, he will eat. them. up.
He has a lot of “mine” moments. Everything is “mine.” It’s annoying, but I know (hope) it shouldn’t last forever.
We stopped nursing just after he turned two-years-old. It went much better than I had anticipated, but bed time drags on for soooooo long now. The reading. The stalling. He is the king of stalling before bed time.
He has used his training potty twice (when I was out of town.) We really need to make that a priority and just train him. In due time.
He loves giving hugs and kisses, including to the cat and dog. He’s a very sweet boy.
And the child loves to laugh. At dinner he likes to ask his daddy to make the noises of animals. He thinks the donkey noise is hilarious. (And it kind of is.)
Every month is a new adventure with him.