DS1 is learning site words like crazy and he thinks it is so fun!
DS2 is starting to talk. He can say Mama and Dada and Lala (his name for his brother), Ba-ba, more, milk, and he barks for the dog.
What milestones are your LO's hitting now and what's up next??
hostess / papaya / 10540 posts
LO1: Reading and writing more everyday.
LO2: Playing much more than he's destructive finally. He ask tries to say more and more words everyday.
nectarine / 2667 posts
4 year old is getting down letter sounds and learning how to tell jokes and "be funny".
1 year old is using so many new signs and moved to the toddler class!
nectarine / 2280 posts
DD is really into sounding out words, spelling and writing ( I'm excited to have her read to little brother )
DS is mastering sitting and working on standing and crawling. ( not ready for a mobile baby)
wonderful kiwi / 23653 posts
DD1 is mastering more songs, alphabets and 1-10 are consistent! Nothing on potty training yet (she is 26 months)
DD2 is 2 months and start smiling and "talking"!
clementine / 935 posts
Talking more. DD is 19 months and she's probably got 40+ words now and is starting to try to put two together. So far we've gotten "help p" (help please) and a very clear "stop it" (echoing me yelling at the cat!).
blogger / wonderful cherry / 21628 posts
Identifying body parts. She just learned cheeks and we are working on legs now.
hostess / papaya / 10219 posts
@Mrs. Pickle: fun! You're a few months ahead of us so hopefully he'll start that soon!
hostess / wonderful watermelon / 39513 posts
LO 1- reading and writing some words
LO 2- writing her name
LO 3-Talking a lot more!
pomelo / 5866 posts
LO just turned six and she now asks solid follow-up questions at our family dinner conversation game. Before she would just listen to answers and move on methodically to next point but now she actually listens carefully and makes thoughtful responses. She also elaborates well when asked a follow up question. She finally gets the idea that the point is to catch and toss the conversation ball and keeps the ball rolling with genuine engagement.
grapefruit / 4455 posts
My 4 y/o is making new friends much more so than before and I'm breathing a sigh of relief. She didn't care what the other kids did for awhile. Education/skills-wise she can identify the beginning letter of most words now and working on the ends and learning a few sight words so I guess I would mostly call that phonics, haha.
My 1 y/o has been talking a lot more and picking up new words every day it seems!