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He's not really talking yet, but he's really into mimicking actions.
I must spend a lot of time cleaning dog vomit and sippy cup spills off the living room carpet. Cody pulled a paper towel sheet off the counter in the kitchen and took it into the living room, where he preceded to wipe up an invisible spill. Then he brought the paper towel over to me. He looked very proud of himself.
danac2010:We call SD "sissy" to Caroline. She has started saying it too but it almost sounds like "sh!tty". I try not to laugh because then she says it over and over again but it's so cute. I tell people she is saying "sissy".
Wait until your kid starts staying "truck." I learned the hard way with my DS. The "tr" sound is hard, and it usually ends up sound like an "f"!
I clearly remember being in the grocery store with my DS when he was around 18 months and he spotted a truck on the shelf. At the top of his lungs he started yelling "f@ck!! f@ck!!" Everyone was staring, and it was all I could do to yell just as loudly "yes, that's a TRuck!!"