And as a result, he's a completely typical first baby who thinks the world revolves around him.
But I never should have done the lists, because I should have known I could never keep them up with Baby #2.
I just found, in the pile o'crap that is my office, a list of words that I was keeping as Bitty Girl's "latest," I think from about April-Sept 2008. Of course it's not dated, and she says so much more now, so I really have no idea what time period it covers. Something around 2 years old..
Here it is:
- own juice!
- Audee (saying her name)
- right here
- thank you
- I lub you (love you)
- healthy lunch
- cookie after dinner (this was proudly her first 3 word sentence, I think)
- popcorn (pop-o-door)
- sandwich (tranwich)
- lollipop (pop or loblie)
I guess I should be happy that I wrote anything down?? I tell myself that she'll be a better person for it--better adjusted, more adaptable. Living out of the glare of the Mommy Microscope has to have some benefits, right? Just say yes.