Kate won't be 15 months old until Sunday, but she is talking so much that I thought I would keep a record of all the words she can say at this age.
Dada (mostly becoming daddy now)
Granddad (pronounced DaDad)
B for Brian
Up (my favorite right now)
Lulu (a.k.a. Lulu's Shoes, Kate's favorite book)
Grover, Ernie, Bert, Big Bird, Zoe, Elmo, Abby, Cookie Monster, Oscar, Count
Slide, usually accompanied by "Weeeeeee"
All done (after finishing a meal, a book, or a drink)
Eebee (children's tv character)
I feel like I'm missing some, which I probably am, but I'll update if I think of more. She's growing up so fast. Losing the dada that is now becoming Daddy is sort of sad. Since I'm off this summer, I've been trying to ween her off some things I know she doesn't need anymore. We've been bottle free since Saturday night...HUGE accomplishment. The pacifier will be the next to go, but I'm not quite ready for it yet. With each of these milestones, a small part of her baby-ness is leaving. However, the new milestones she's hitting are just as exciting as when she smiled for the first time.
Now, if only the walking part would come. I'm ready, Lance is ready, she's not. She'll take several steps walking back and forth between us, but won't do it on her own. She's very content with crawling. I know it will come with time, but at times it would be easier if she could run around outside in the backyard and just play. I know she would love it!