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15 Months

 M(om): Can you believe it Joash? You are 15 months old! Where did the time go?

J(oash): I know Mom. Hey, why didn't you interview me last month?

M: Well, we were in Michigan and it was Christmas day and by the time I remembered and had a chance to get around to it, we were not that far away from today. So, I thought I would just do it all in one. So, what is new with you?

J: Well, the biggest thing is I am walking. I really like getting around by myself and being able to carry things with me.

M: You are getting very good at walking. What are your favorite things to play with?

J: Well, I still really like my books. I am so glad you started to sell Usborne books! I like listening to all of the new stories. I also like my ball, tractors, barn and the animals. One of my favorite things to do is to put things inside of the fence by my barn. I like to put as many animals in as possible. I also like the Weeble house that I got for Christmas. I also love splashing in the tub!

M: What things do you like to eat these days?

J: Well, I don't think it has changed all that much. I like to feed myself more and I have learned that somethings like peas and carrots are really good all by themselves. I still really like my bread, cheese and fruit. I also like oatmeal and yogurt quite a bit as well.

M: Any words that you would like to say for everyone to here?


J: I am very good at "Dada" and "Mama." I can sign "more," "please," "all done," "drink," and "milk." So I am pretty good at getting my point across without saying too much.

M: And sleeping?

J: I sleep great at night, but I am not really sure I need to two naps any more.

M: Well ,we shall see about that in the month to come.

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