A Two Year Old Talks A Lot

These are highlights from the last three months when Immy’s language skills just started to explode. These days she speaks in full sentences and knows when to say them such as when I am taking a long time shopping, she would say “Time to go home now”…lol!

These are the things I can remember and they span about three months so some are outdated but funny anyhow.

She refers to an elevator as alligator

Turned a block with a 9 instead of 6 and then 9 again

She likes Mikouse

Favorite food “Tinola” with spinach and papaya. Red or white “ghatti”. Strawberries, yogurt, bananas, all berries. She eats most things but starting to have preferences to pasta, cheese, and fruit. I started to chop the veggies smaller so they blend in.

She knows colors, shapes, and counts up to 20. She reads all the letters and numbers she sees out there – on your shirt, on the walls
She likes to ask “what color is this?” “what’s this?”

Nap time story is The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Bed time stories – Goodnight Moon, Going to Bed book.

She loves swimming and would say swimming whenever she sees her swimsuit. She enjoys baths, fountains, and splash pads.

She says “I love you” first thing in the morning. Then she started saying “I lobby” for fun.

She says “call lolo” when I pick up the phone.

We Google Hangouts with Tito Francis and first thing she said was “I love you”.

She naps for 2 hours and sleeps 11 to 12 hours at night. She needs to be tired to nap.

She likes to sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Rain Rain Go Away, Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes, Five Little Monkeys.

We read 28 books together for the library summer reading program!!! Speaking of library, she moved on from “Fun for Ones” to “Twos Together”.

She loves her stuffed black dog from Grandma and takes it with her for nap time.

She recites the bedtime routine such as: change diaper, bath time, and put snuggie on.

She knows upside down she learned it from Elmo.

She was able to say Happy Birthday Tito Eric.

She is learning a lot of new words including combine harvester, rhombus, budgerigar.

When she’s hungry she will say “Are you hungry?” and now learned to say “I’m hungry”

When she’s done eating she will say “are you all done?”.

She knows how to operate the tablet and go to YouTube video of Johny Johny Yes Papa. She can recite the whole thing. She loves to dance as well. Dancing to “Sweet Caroline” and “Hooked on a Feeling”, and any upbeat song.

We went to the zoo recently and she identified most of the animals. It is so much fun to watch her grow and learn!

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