For example, when did you toddler ask, "What's that?" Or, "Watcha doin'?"
This brings back good memories :) About 12 months for a constant stream of "What's That?" and then the fun stuff around 16 months - I would sing/hum(da, da, da) stuff I didn't know the words to, and DS would ask "mom, why are you dah, da dah da dahing?"
Such a funny question
Life is strange and wonderful. Me , DP , DS (3/09) , 3 and 4
It was funny to me until she started asking "What are eating there? I want some. Can I have some? May I have some? What is it? Is it chocolate?"
ETA: I forgot to mention, DD was a late talker so she didn't start talking or asking questions until 24 months. I actually think she started talking only because she wanted to learn to read and she did.
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