climbing communicating 36 inches holding hands and walking timeouts Dora 31 pounds big boy highchair balls baking playing at the park pretend play
nigh nigh, Mama, Dada, ba (ball), ba ba (basketball), all dah (all done), doh (dog), diada (diaper), momey (monkey), namen (amen - after we say prayers...the sweetest thing ever!), bot (boat), ma (milk and more), cheese, buh buh (bye bye), dat (that), dow (down), booh (book), yeah (yes), Emmma (Emma), dis (this while pointing at what he wants), shuh (shoe), truh (truck or train), no, Ya Ya Ya Ya (Yo Gabba Gabba), Ma (Mickey Mouse), gow (cow), bra (zebra), shooose (shoes), ock (sock), this, bur (bird), nake (snake), kai (sky), moo (cow sound), baa (sheep sound), neigh (horse sound), duh (duck), bock (block), Bob (Bob the Builder), arr arr (ruff ruff - in a high pitched voice), olfish (goldfish), nack (snack), ooo ooo truh (choo choo train), tar (star), bork (fork), poon (spoon), bot (bottle), shhhh (with his finger on his mouth), tat (cat), chair, housh (house), ocks (socks), sssss (snake sound), ooo ooo ooo (monkey sound), heeeeey (hey sic 'em bears...he also does this with his arm up and when we ask him what sound a bear makes) [NEW WORDS] open, Bobo (Dumbo), gar (car), ou-si (outside), mil (milk), puhl (puzzle), chu (church), stah (star), uh (up), down, done, ha (hat), bath, tee (tree), gas (grass), pass (Emma's paci)
There are so many that I'm forgetting. He's starting to string 2 words together (he's done this 3 or 4 times...not super consistent yet) and he also says the anatomically correct word for his boy body part but I'm not going to type that.