Monday, July 9, 2012

15 months

It is so hard to believe that Kysen is 15 1/2 months old. Here are some stats since we haven't done any in a really long time. Weight- 22 pounds 13 ounces (15th%) Height-33 1/2 inches (98th%) Some things haven't changed, we have a very tall, very skinny boy on our hands. Vocabulary- mommy, daddy, hi, bye, ball, dog, sit, no, yes, yeah, nana, pops, ace(my sister), night night, puffs, milk, more, truck, football, baseball, basketball, big ball, book, poo poo, hot dog, and the list goes on! He loves playing with balls and trucks. Whenever he sees either one he has to have it or it is a full blown tantrum. Needless to say our house has been taken over by all kinds of balls. Speaking of tantrums, Kysen has full blown tantrums. He is very stubborn and very independent. He gets frustrated that he still can't communicate everything he wants with you, and after a long game of charades, Kysen talk, etc we can usually get it figured out. I am worried for the terrible twos, this has already been terrible. He is learning and exploring so much. He can identify blue, red, and pink correctly, and can say the colors. He can count to 3 and also count objects to 3.he can sort with some help by colors and animals. He is still a mommy's boy. Everyone says they go through phases, but for the past 15 1/2 months he is still a mommy's boy. He is still pretty shy when he first goes somewhere or sees someone, but is warming up faster to people. He loves to give hugs and kisses and it just melts my heart. We have been working with saying I love you and making an l with our fingers and shaking it when we say it. Tonight when Shaylor left for work tonight, Kysen shook his little hand after giving him a hug and kiss. It truly is amazing how much a child learns. I think about last summer, he was just a little baby that depended on us for everything and now, he only needs us for very few things. We love you Kysen! You are an amazing little boy, and I can't wait to continue to watch you grow and develop. You amaze us every day with the different things you do.