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24 Months

Note: Sorry for the lack of pictures in this interview. Whenever the camera comes out, Joash just wants to look at the pictures and videos that are on it. I have to get better at "catching" him. Also, this is the last monthly interview. If I remember, I am going to try and do them every six months from now on.

M(om): Joash, it is time for an interview.

J(oash): What? My birthday was over a week ago. Why are you so late, Mom?

M: I have my reasons and we had visitors, so now is the time! What are your favorite things to do right now?

J: I really like birthdays, because I like to eat cake. I like to play with my tractors and load things up like always. I really like it when you and dad build towers and then I knock it over. I also like to sing.

M: What songs are you favorites?

J: "Baa Baa Black Sheep" "Itsy Bitsy Spider" "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" and my most favorite is "Wheels on the Bus." I like to pick out different things that I see and say that they are on the bus and then listen to what you say those things do on the bus. It is fun!

M: I agree. So how is bath time?

J: I don't like baths, mom. I have to hold your hand the whole time. But it is better when we sing.

M: You are better at talking every day.

J: Thanks, mom. I like that I can now ask questions like, "Is tractor?" and you know I am looking for the tractor.

M: It is nice to be able to understand you. Well, I think that is all for right now. Let's get back to tower building.

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