Duck is 32 months old and here are his current stats:
wearing 2T or 3T shirts and 24 month shorts
~7.5 in shoes
Duck's current word lists. The letters in parentheses are not vocalized. For example, yuck is just "yuh" TOTAL: 34
Na-nigh (night night)
You (with and without pointing at you)
Eat (in conjunction with sign)
Do-go (Go Diego Go)
Eye (sounds more like "ah")
Ball (for anything round, including a tomato)
(Ba)nana ---God forbid I walk by the bananas at Publix or Walmart and not buy 2 or 3
Ah Deedee (I did it)
SSSShhhhh (rare, but it's complete with finger at mouth)
working on Cheese
I would say it's pretty even on what's prompted and what's done on his own and appropriately.
He can identify his eyes, nose, mouth, hands and feet. He touches his head for hair or head, but won't say either word. He will open his mouth and say "ah" for the doctor when asked, as long as it's Dr. C.
He can almost get his shirt off by himself and does a pretty good job of pulling up his pants. Potty training will HAVE to wait at this time. And I think we're finally over the whole constipation thing. As long as pear juice and graham crackers are part of the daily diet, we're good.
He understands go to the table, get in your chair, and it's dinner time. We've had to go back to gating him out of the kitchen due to him getting into Friday night's dessert, so while he does understand it's milk time, he can't go to the kitchen to help get it.
He likes helping in the kitchen though. A few weeks ago, I let him help stir the cake mix. Tonight I did a hand-over-hand and we shredded cheese together for tacos.
And, mostly, he's the most affectionate little boy right now. It's like the floodgates opened up. He walks right over to me, wraps his legs around me and says, "mama."