Sage says pairplane for airplane. Tonight, Drew decided to teach him to say airplane. Now he says airpairplane.
I tried to teach him the other day that what state we live in. I told him we live in Connecticut and he said, "No, pairplane."
He now describes things as "Neat!"
Tonight, Drew was taking Sage to pick up a pizza and I stood back and said, "bye, have fun" and he ran back down the hall with his arms outstretched and said "Tiss, mama."
He gives the best kisses at bedtime. I lean down and he wraps his little arm around my head and holds my head into his lips and gives me a smack, smack, smack. And I have to pry myself away from his grasp or the smacks would continue indefinitly.
"Tornertone!" He watches a dvd from Cornerstone almost daily and then later will get his toy guitar and point to himself and say "Me, Wally." And he will sing and raise his hands in the air.
Consequently, he prays for Wally almost everyday at lunch or bedtime and sometimes both!
And he asks/tells me everday, Tornertone, Iowa?! He is looking forward to attending Cornerstone when we visit!
He is getting sassy and will talk back. One day I told him he was being sassy and right on que, he looked at me and yelled "Sassy!"
He calls yogurt, yog.
He finally added ton to but. For a long time a button was a butt!
He is learning to say "May I be excused, please?"
Bootball!!! (football) He always wants to watch bootball on tv. And he loves to sit on the touch and eat a nat. (snack)
Baball hoop. He spots them everywhere while we are driving or walking. And he makes buckets, laundry baskets, or containers into his hoops during the day. He shoots with whatever ball he finds first, even if it is a football. When he misses, he says "Ohhhh, miss!"
He will tirelessly throw a football down the hall, laugh, run and get it and throw it the other way.
He can catch! Once every fifteen times and if the ball hits him squarely in the chest, but a catch is a catch!