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Kingston is turning two in a little over a month. It feels like these past couple of weeks he has turned into a sponge. He is talking so much more and repeating everything that he hears. I have to be very careful around him. I knew this stage would come, it just feels like it came too quick. He isn’t even two and he can sing the ABC’s melody, in his pretend language. Sometimes I sing along and stop and he actually follows with the next letter. Then it turns back to gibberish but it is quite amazing that he can even continue on these songs. He even points and calls things out my name now. We can be at Target and he sees apples, he will start saying, “Look Mommy, appless!” Clearly at times they are pumpkins but the fact that he can call things it just amazes me as a mom. He picks up things so quick that I have started to read a lot more to him now. I recently found a collection of Curious George Books at the bookstore. I bought them all and constantly read to him and show him pictures. I have him repeat the words and then go back at the end. They stick and it has truly made me appreciate the fact that taking time to read to your child really impacts his vocabulary. Even if sometimes I have hear him say, “Are you serious Mommy?”, I have to appreciate that fact that he isn’t even one and knows the meaning of serious. Now the venture to teach him Spanish, a slow but steady fight. Ahh it will be amazing for him to speak both. Any tips?

Mirian V

A former TSA & VA Police Officer, and Case Worker turned USAF Reserves, English & Social Studies Teacher…Oh yeah and MOM! The Boston Sports Fanatic who loves pancakes with her butter may not always get it right, but will always write about it. So, remember to enjoy Life’s trials & triumphs!


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