Nash is starting to become quite verbal especially within the last few weeks. Things he says:
thank you (he tried so hard to say it today)
huh (means yes if it's in a happy tone, no if it's grunted)
8/27/09 (18 months)
stinky (he's even told me a few times when he was "stinky" even if he just tooted!)
12/12/09 (22 months)
What Nash can say now: Nash is speaking in full-on sentences now. Here are a few things he says often
Want some more please, mommy.
More treat please mommy.
I no want it.
Those are the main phrases he says, but he still loves singing songs. He can sing really well! One night a few weeks ago Tyler and I were out and we had a babysitter. When we got home, the sitter said, Nash was asleep, but he's been awake for a little while and has been singing. We walked near his room and he was singing "I Am A Child of God" He just kept repeating, "Lead me guide me walk beside me, help me find the way..." It was so cute.
4/13/2010 (25 months)
Nash is a great communicator, but sometimes it can get slightly annoying...because he literally bosses me around all day! "I want milk. Where's my pink bunny? I need my backpack!" Are just a few examples.
Nash is all boy with a few exceptions:
- His favorite books are Pinkalicious and Purplicious
- His favorite show right now is Zoey's Dance Moves.
- His favorite color--you guessed it, Pink.
- He occasionally likes to put on Sydney's dress up skirts.
- He sleeps with a little baby doll. It's actually quite cute!
Some of his other favorite songs include, but are not limited to:
Follow the Prophet
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
You Are My Sunshine
Once there was a Snowman
Things he likes:
Mom holding him
Following Trace and Sydney around the house
Drinks (non alcoholic, as far as you know)
Playing at the beach
Baby MacDonald DVD (he's constantly saying E-I-E-I-O, which is my hint to get it in the DVD player before E-I-E-I-O turns into loud shrills)
carrying snacks in his bowl all around the house
jumping on the bed
Going to the gym with dad
Please ignore the snotty nose. Thank You.
Being left alone in a room
Being stuck in his car seat for long stretches