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13 Months

Mom: Mataya, can you sit still for a minute so I can ask you a few questions?

M(ataya): I don't know, Mom. There is so much to see and  do.

Mom: Well, you certainly have learned many new things this month. What are some of those new things that you can do?
M: Well, I love to crawl all over. I can go up and down stairs. I like to stand by things and I can cruise around the furniture a bit. I love to move and get into things.

Mom: I know! I have to keep a good eye on you. What things do you like a play with?

M: My brother's tractors are so much fun, but he gets mad at me when I play with them. I also like to look at
books and play with books and toys that make noise.

Mom: What about eating? What things do you like to eat?

M: Food is really good, Mom. I am not so sure about my veggies, but I like them with applesauce. My latest word is "banana" because that is a food I really enjoy.

Mom: Okay, I won't keep you any longer. Thanks for letting me know what is going on in your life!

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