So on the Facebook group for my DD's birth month (June 2012) this mom asked if others' LO's would go get pants, socks, shirt etc. if asked and most people replied that they might know one of those but not all of them.
HOWEVER, one super awesome mom was all like: now I think there is something wrong with DD because she knows SO MANY things around the house and will point to them, go get them and even say them. Of course, her other 2 kids were just like this too because she plays with them and talks to them all day. One knew a gazillion family members that live a million miles away by 14 months and the other knew all his colors and animals and foods and shapes by 18 months.
And my feelings about this are not at all influenced by the fact that DD has not made a mama sound even out of context and doesn't really seem to be able to identify any objects yet when we ask her about them.
I know it will come and I *think* she seems to be developing normally, just a month or two behind many other babies her age. When I look at milestone charts, she is doing most of the things it says she should be doing, but on the CDC chart I saw, it said to talk to your doctor if she is not saying single words like mama and dada at one year. So I am going to talk to her new ped about this at our appointment in about a week. It just makes it a little harder when a special few brag about their little geniuses, even though I know many of them are exaggerating.