Jonathan wants me to write that he says, "blaller, blaller, hee haw haw."

Noah, on the other hand has some more words and signs.  Well, one sign, cereal.  Words are "down" (dow), "beep" and "bird" which really sounds like (bee.)

Today I was downstairs and I heard Noah coming: "Mommy!"  As I came up, I saw he had a blanket over his head, and he was giggling.  I said, "Who's that coming down the stairs?"  and he replied, "me."

He will happily go to the bathroom when I do (which gives him plenty of opportunities) and he usually has a success.  He has much more sphincter control and awareness than Jonathan did at this age (ie, if he starts going he can stop it and wait to reach a potty.)  He will only sometimes tell me when he needs to go, though, so I'm going to keep him in diapers for a while.

Posted by Heather Daley on May 19, 2008, 7:07 pm | Read 2177 times
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Words update: After obviously filling his diaper, he looked at me and signed change without prompting.

"battery" (ba-bee)
"purple" (bo-bo) He'd say it for the purple pens, but I wasn't sure until he said it for a purple chair.
"house" (how)
"more" (mo or moo)
"book" (bu - exactly like book without the k)
"back" or "piggyback" (ba, ba-ba)
"out" (ow)

Posted by joyful on May 26, 2008, 8:24 pm

Oh, and "water" is now pronounced (wa-wa.) He will now speak it without signing.

Posted by joyful on May 26, 2008, 8:40 pm

And he signs hat.

Posted by joyful on May 26, 2008, 8:45 pm
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