He snuck into the office today and when I summoned him back he strutted into the room with his shoulders back and said with a sigh, "I was just working a little bit." I love this age of confident willingness to chip in and help!
He has been taking the lead on park trips. Several times this week we'd all be in the family room/kitchen area hanging out, minding our business, and then he would suddenly say (loudly), "HEY! You guys ready to go to the park??"
Graham was trying to get at a toy Jude was holding and he goes, "No, Gammy! Time out!" Pfffft!
He has started to roar like lions, bears, dinosaurs, tigers, etc. just because he feels like it.
He adorably mispronounces:
- foonie for smoothie
- oatman for oatmeal
- vroom for motorcycle -- he refuses to even try to say the word! :)
- lolo for loader truck
- payground for playground
- paygoop for playgroup
- curr for color
- free for three
- cruck for truck
- That's all I can think of for now............................
Graham has taken to balls like I've never seen before in a buck so young. Of course I'm hopelessly biased, but he is so coordinated with throwing and stopping balls, I'm pretty sure he's uncommonly gifted. If you put a ball in front of him he'll lift it way up over his head, and chuck it. Then he shrieks with glee and chases it, and it starts all over again. If the ball is rolling by a few feet away, he'll lean over at just the right moment to stop it with his pudgy hand. Sometimes we will sit several feet away from it and pass or roll it back and forth. Graham loves this so much he now throws lots of things. Like he'll take a sip of milk, then chuck the cup. :)
He's also my little shadow, loves to yell "DAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!", and pulled out a chunk of my hair the other day. He loves to put his hand on my mouth because he knows I'll kiss it.
I love these phases they're in.