I am so proud of my Chloe :) she is only going to be 14 months in a little over a week and she is so smart. lol
Yes she cant walk or talk yet, but that does not matter to her.
So every morning in our wake up routine I get her out of bed (we share a room) I lay her down on mine and I sing the alphabet to her while I change her diaper and get her dressed we play tickle monster etc...and then I always feed the fish and let her watch MR.Fish swim around eating his food.
This morning I was walking by his little tank and it slipped my mind on feeding him, and Chloe started to point at Mr.Fish and she signed the sign for eat. I was like OMG, she remembered to feed him and I forgot. I was so shocked lol that she let me know it too.And I know she knows her signs her signs but to use the eat sign to tell me to feed Mr.Fish was just amazing, it was like a sentense but using her hands awwww, my little Miss smarty pants. :)
I just had to share.
That is really awesome!!
I remember when Tate put two signs together it was a big thing for me. All he did was sign "more" and "milk" because his cup was empty lol.
Quoting tatesmommy09:" That is really awesome!! I remember when Tate put two signs together it was a big thing for me. All he did was sign "more" and "milk" because his cup was empty lol."
Its so awesome when they do it. lol
I didnt sign as much with her as I did with my now 4.5 yr old she was putting 2-3 signs together by 10-11 months but she was in daycare 5 days a week from 7am till 4pm and all the kids and workers were doing it.
I should have started with Chloe earlier since she dont talk lol but we are doing it more now. lol
That is really smart :)
Quoting Carter&Violet♥:" That is really smart :)"
:) I know. lol
She was so excited too cause I made a huge deal about it. Tonight for bedtime we feed Mr.Fish too, so I am going to purposly leave it out of our routine this time and see what happens. lol