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21 Months

M(om): Hi Joash! I haven't seem much of you this week, since I have been busy at VBS and you have been spending your mornings at the farm. How are you doing?

J(oash): I am doing great Mom! I really like to go to Opa's house, but I am still a bit sad when you leave. But, we have lots of fun

M: I am glad Joash. What can you do now that you are 21 months?

J:Well, I can say even more words and I like to string two word phrases together. Today I said, "Joash nap" at nap time, which really seem to surprise you, mom.
 M: It was surprising. Not everyone goes down for a nap so well. Anything else?

J: I also like to repeat things that people say to me. I learn so many new words this way and people always seem to smile when I do it.

M: That is because it is so nice to hear you say such nice things. What do you like to play with now?
The concentration face.

 J: I still really like my books, tractors and trucks. I have a new loader. My new favorite thing to do is hook them all together. Thanks for helping me do this, Mom. I also like to play in the sand. I also like to pretend that different things are eating, like my farmer or my animals.
M: Any other new skills?

J: I am getting better at going up stairs. Now if there is a nice railing along the side, I can grab on the banister and walk up the stairs, just like you and Dad. It is fun to do that!

M: And it is fun to watch you do that! I will let you get back to your tractor train. Bye Joash!

J: Bye-bye!

Comments

David Vance said…
Go Talens!

Looking forward to meeting Joash in the next few weeks (hopefully)!

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