Thank you, Wickida Witch, I was going to point out the same thing--that test is for Age 2 and it says above it that children should not be expected to reach these milestones until age 2.
So don't worry, Connorsmom
! There's eons of development between 16 months (that's not even 1 1/2 years old!) and age 2. If your intuition
tells you that he's developmentally delayed, then I'd trust that--but other than that it doesn't seem like you have anything to worry about.
My dd is also 16 months. She does some of the stuff on that list--points to a few body parts and some things in books, and responds to some simple request ("can you bring this book to daddy?" "throw the ball to me" and that kind of thing). She imitates things like "shhh" with finger held to lips and blowing on food to cool it (including, now, my nipples
), and dancing, and playing with her toy wooden kitchen doing the exact same things I do with the real stuff. She does simple puzzles and loves to be read to. As far as talking, she only says "hi" and "bye" clearly, not even mama or dada, and "ba!" for bath, and "ha" for hot. That's it. Lots of nonsensical, but very very cute, babbling.
The son of a friend of mine, same age as my dd, was saying more than 30 words at 12 months (!!!). Another toddler I know, the daughter of a neighbor, who's now 2 1/2, wasn't sitting until she was 10 months, walking until she was 18 months, or speaking until 20 months. But by all anyone can tell she's totally fine. Babies are just all so different.