Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Seth’s updated vocabulary

Where is my baby going?

Newest words:
nomno = domino
ee go = here (you) go
eese, yeah = please (and the implication of “of course you will, Mom)
too too = choo choo = train
eez = keys
bibo = hippo = hippo-shaped footstool 
dooce = juice
car
truck
mow = (lawn)mower
nana = banana
cacker = cracker
kiki = cookie
noonoo = noodle 
day go = there (they/you) go

He can recognize the following if you ask him:
mommy’s sunglasses
toothbrush
his lawnmower
shoes
Softie (blanket)
diaper bag
broom
mop
ball
trucks
train
stool
chair
pool (inflatable baby pool)
book

New feats:
climbing on the table on the porch to ring the doorbell
climbing on the dining room table to retrieve candy
climbing on the bathroom sink to retrieve toothpaste
*anyone noticing a pattern here?
sitting contentedly at the piano to do more than bang
climbing through the tunnels at the McDonald’s playplace by himself
riding a tricycle
putting his Crocs on by himself

I realize that some of these things in and of themselves are not that impressive for a 19-month-old.  But as the mommy (an often forgetful one), it’s so nice to actually take notice when he learns a new thing, and to write them down.

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