I am finally an exclusive walker (well, I guess I do still crawl a teeny bit most days).
My mouth is home to two bottom teeth and three top teeth, with one more topper on the way.
I am turning into a signing machine. I can sign eat, more, all done, milk, water, diaper, sleepy, church, help, please, and nurse (yup, I still ask every day).
"Moo" (moon), "ite" (outside), and "bubu" (bubbles) are three words I've recently learned. I have also become much more liberal with the use of the word "no". Next to "Mama" and "Dada", it's probably the word I use most every day. My parents estimate that I say "Mama" about 100 times each dady, "Dada" 75 times, and "no" 50 times. To be fair, the "no" tally is so high because I like to string my "no"s together...as in "no, no, no, no".
Two of my favorite things are the great outdoors and water. Put the two together, and you have one super happy baby!
Every time I see a Starbucks cup I say "Dada". Even if it's being carried by an unfamiliar middle aged woman in Target.
Mommy, Daddy, and Auntie have gotten really good at making up words for it...you know, since they aren't quite fluent in Japanese.<>