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Morgan has been talking up a storm and lately more of her babbles sound like real words. She says "hi dada", "ni night dada". She is starting to repeat words and actually get pretty close to the proper pronunciation.
hailey is walking now! she took 2 steps the day after her birthday and each day walked a little bit more..so 1 week after her 1st birthday she was walking all over the place! she is starting to say more words and imitate me more (talks on phone, brushes hair, tries to 'dress' herself, tries to put on my shoes, etc.) she is starting to use a spoon on her own and is now letting me know when she wants to nurse (says 'nu nu' or 'boobie' lol and pulls at my shirt). she is certainly into toddlerhood now!
Porter imitates a lot and tries to say words. He's added a few to his vocabulary that I know what they mean. He can make animal sounds for a dog, cat, and duck but won't do it consistently. He gives kisses on command (or whenever he wants to) and will push on my face or my husbands to make us kiss each other. Lol.
We've officially transitioned to one mid-day nap now, and in the last week or so Finn has started feeding himself with a fork!
No real words yet, just babbling. The only sound that he correctly associates is "DO!" which means dog. He says mama and dada but he doesn't associate them with us, it's just nonsense sounds to him. He seems to be following in big sisters footsteps (literally!) She was an early walker, late talker. Walking at 10 months just like Finn, but didn't start using real words until after she was 2.