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Toddler Vocab

Toddler Vocab

My son turned two almost a month ago, and I must say life has changed. Our little boy is talking so much more! He is sounding so clear, and is developing quite the personality. I must say, he repeats EVERYTHING he hears. Never thought how much life changes once they move on to a new stage in development. Mommy and Daddy have to watch their language lol. The other night he requested chicken. When we gave him pieces instead of a whole drumstick, his response was, “seriously?”. He has probably heard that from me. Ah, he has some of mommy in his personality. I finally understand what people say when they say, “just wait till he starts talking”. He plays with his toys and sings songs. We constantly are singing nursery rhymes or talking to him like a little adult. His vocabulary is really flourishing. To hear words like delicious, or phrases like “I can’t reach it” at the age of 2 is amazing. I am definitely having proud mommy moments.

What other things should we do to develop his vocabulary. What do you do? Sing? Read? Games? He is like a sponge right now, so any helpful tips will help.

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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