Well my Carter man is a-growin! We had his 18-month checkup yesterday.. and he's 75th percentile in height, and 30th in height.......so he's "tall and skinny." Does he look tall and skinny to you?? And honestly, aren't the odds of me and Aaron having a tall skinny kid quite rare? Ya anyways, he's pretty normal and not that I worried about it, but Doc says he has no signs of autism whatsoever. Nope he is an active, chattery boy! An active boy that needs to eat more vegetables and less crackers.....ughh
Since I'm a mom posting about my kid, I may as well address the words he knows.. they're getting more numerous and I've found that while he doesn't say a lot of words, he totally knows what they are.
He says at least 100 times a day, "what's this?" I think I must say that a lot, trying to quiz him on animals, and such =) It's pretty cute though
He loves BIRD, and screams it any time he sees one
Same with BUS
He says baby, uh oh, bye bye a ton
I taught him bug a few times, and he tries to say it but it just sounds like bird lol, and he loves kids and learned that word too
He finally starting saying yes.. that one took a while
Oh and he says duck, but it sounds like geek
Here's my silly man, trying on my sunglasses
pointing at birds, he loves them
looking up at an airplane
looking at bugs... (isn't it obvious he loves to observe things and be outside?)
So these are my little pilgrim boys lol... Carter was playing with a diaper and for some reason I was being silly and put it on his head... and he kept it there! It looked so funny, so I got Aaron to do it too for a picture.
After he threw a tantrum the other day in Ulta (those are becoming way too frequent), we went next door to Carters.. thank goodness that place is kid friendly!
And the crazy climbing has begun
I parted little man's hair for church the other day lol he looked very handsome
I guessed that Carter was getting sick of the few toys we brought out here, so I treated him to a new airplane!! He loves that thing
His favorite part is putting the shapes in the holes... who knew?
I love this little guy, and Aaron reminds me how lucky I am that I get to stay at home with him all day, and play with him and watch him learn. (sometimes I do forget that these are really great moments... like days when he chucks the remote control at my face or has a meltdown in the grocery store). But even though it's becoming a more difficult stage, he's still SO fun, I can't imagine life without my little sidekick!