He is definitely more into his toys and books now. He will bring us and sit through a reading of every single one of his books in a row. Some of them more than once in that rotation. (I know all of them by heart at this point!) He can, with effort, put together a lot of his toys now; legos, cars, etc... What he can't put together he brings over to us, then promptly takes them back apart. He seems to think now that everything in the house is his toy and moves it around or takes it apart. We're most worried about the TV that he really likes to shake.
He has finally added a few words to his sound vocabulary. If you ask him a question about something he wants to do, he answers "yeah." "Do you want to have breakfast?" "Yeah!" "Do you want to go outside?" "Yeah!" He also says cat, truck, light and bye-bye, although they aren't exactly recognizable. Well, some more than others! Bye-bye sounds a lot like "La-la."
Ryder is eating more and more and becoming much more independent with his food. He's been feeding himself bits of sandwich and pieces of fruit, but now he holds his fork, holds his whole item of food. He loves bananas; he actually claps and says yay when you bring one out! He can hold his own banana and takes huge bites to scare the crap out of his parents.
I do not know what he was yelling about!
"Why do you always take my picture and never let me play with the camera?"
Playing with his toys
Just hanging around
Found one of Daddy's toys to play with