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LJ's still potty training, lots of reasons we aren't done.
He's also about to start working on riding the trike. I was spending my time working on bike riding stuff with the other two, but Rock rides like a pro now and Courtney's got this no-training-wheel thing FINALLY, so we're going to work on the trike, I'm sure Courtney already could by LJs age, but it is different when you are the only or a big sister to only one...who's a newborn.
Zachy just figured out his bike this week, with training wheels of course. We are working on manners too as he is quite rude when he wants something. Also counting up and backwards from 20. He gets mixed up once he hits 14. Fine motor also still as well as he doesn't like to color or draw mostly because he doesn't want to sit still!
We are working on the alphabet- I didn´t want to start yet, but she knows all the letter names, and was saying the wrong names to some letters, so i thought I´d better correct that before she learnt it wrong!
We´re going to teach her to swim, or at least keep her head above water in the pool as we are around water a lot and it scares me.
We are 95% done on the bike with stabiliser wheels, now she wants to take them off
Thats about it, also to stop saying QUE everytime I speak to her in english, she is turning into a monolingual lazy bones!
stopping the bossiness
looking at similarities and differences
defending reasoning/ because that's why doesn't work
tearing paper and scissor skills
putting his shoes on the correct feet and clothing on the correct direction/ Hilarious some days how he goes out of the house people must just shake their heads when we walk past.
He is also really into coins so we are working on recognizing them
We always try the alphabet but he has very little interest
He can count to 20 we are trying to get him to apply the rote counting to objects
identifying what shapes make up the objects that surround us/ again applying a skill that is currently in isolation