My dad asked me on the phone the other day what Isaac's vocabulary consisted of. So, for his sake, and for the sake of helping me remember, these are all the words Isaac can say at 21 months of age:
hair, head, eyes, ears, mouth, nose, cheeks, teeth, hands, feet, toes, tummy, knees, shoulder
no, uh-ha, hello, hi, bye-bye
diaper, shirt, pants, socks, shoes, boots, hat, jammies
car, truck, bus, train
water, drink, milk, juice
bird, dog, kitty, moo, duck
apple, banana, strawberry, grape, noodle, cookie, popcorn, cheese
there, this, that
mommy, daddy, grandma, grandpa, yia-yia, Johnny, Allison (he's trying on that one, anyway), Isaac, baby, Troy
please, thank you, you're welcome, sorry
sun, girl, tree, picture, clock, chair, show, door, knock-knock, bed, sleep, bath, sit, outside, bubble, puzzle, ball, bounce, go, let go, down, up, help, help me, prayers, amen, blocks, fork, knife, spoon, stir, more, dirty, stinky, cold, cool, hot, park, slide, swing, keys, backpack
I'm sure I'm not getting all of them, but those are the ones I can think of for now, so they're the ones he says most often. My favorite is when he hands you somethings and says, "gu-kum" which is, of course, you're welcome. I also love when he says "help me" - it's just so cute.
He definitely is talking just a ton more this past month or so - and he gets more articulate by the day. My sweet boy. How I adore him.
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