Thursday, June 25, 2009

Happy 15 1/2 months Baby Boy

Wyatt is 15 1/2 months old. I meant to post a couple of weeks ago when he was 15 months old, but have been busy, and have had trouble keeping up with the blog lately. This post might be kind of long because I haven't posted in a while and I want to be able to look back and remember all that Wyatt was doing at 15 months old. Wyatt is so much fun right now. My little Wy Wy is such a smarty. He is talking up a storm. I feel like he says or tries to say almost everything lately. The past week or so he has started pointing out trucks and flowers. He even pointed to a white truck today and said Da Da. He has started putting a couple of words together like bye Daisy or bye Daddy. He also has figured out how to get you to help him with something. He comes over to you and pushes you and says move and then goes to what he wants and says please book or please up or please whatever he wants. Speaking of please, it is so cute when he says please and signs it, but he says it all the time. He thinks if he says please that he can have whatever he wants. Man does it start early. Speaking of things he says all the time. He says La La for the Elmo song constantly as well anytime he sees a computer or cell phone or Ipod docking station. I heard someone at work humming the Elmo song today. You know you're a Mommy when... He is still signing but really only for eat and please. He loves books now. He will say book and night night and go to the rocker in his room and say up when he's ready to sit on your lap for a story. He likes to pick out the book and will say no if you pick out the wrong one. He has gotten to be a very picky eater and will rarely eat vegetables at the moment which I hate. He has also started some bad toddler habits like pushing, biting (mainly Mommy) and hitting(mainly the dogs). I don't think he's doing it to be mean, he's wanting to see what your reaction will be. He is going to sleep much easier now. We always read a few stories, rock a little and then put him in his crib. He will usually cry even if he's sound asleep when you put him in there, but only for a couple of minutes. He knows animal sounds and most of his body parts and can point out some other animals besides dogs in books now. He does itsy bitsy spider and if you're happy and you know it. I am so proud of him, and I love him more and more each day. I am having so much fun with him at this age and cherish every single minute I get to spend with him. We have done many fun things so far this summer. Here are a few pics of the past month or so and a video of Wyatt driving on Father's Day. Enjoy! Bye for now!