She can climb up the steps to the slides in the local playground. I was quite surprised when I saw her climbing enthusiastically up the steps when I brough her to the playground sometime last month.
She has two peek-a-boo books on animal which I read to her almost every night at one point. Once, while I was taking my bath, papa read to her and purposely left out the last word of each sentence and she promptly completed those sentences. I was quite amazed that she could remember all those words and placed them in the correct sentences, as there are five sentences in each book.
Verbal and comprehension
Mummy scolded Yiu Yiu at lunch (for something which I can’t remember now). Yiu Yiu retorted, “I’m angry, mummy no manners”
Mummy has stiff neck and complained to Yiu Yiu that mummy’s neck pain-pain. She came over, stroked mummy’s neck and said, “Yiu Yiu sayang mummy’s neck”.
Mummy has headache and complained to Yiu Yiu. Yiu Yiu said, “Mummy headache take medicine lah”
Her all-time favourite phrase now is “you know”. Most sentences will end up with “you know”.
Yiu Yiu wanna watch Barney, you know
Yiu Yiu wanna drink milk-milk first, you know
The why’s have also started coming, though not fast and furious just yet. Her all-time favourite question is, “Why your nen-nen so big one, why my nen-nen so small one?” - PENGSAN