Watch out world! Once baby starts walking on their own, you officially have a toddler!
Push toys will be tons of fun for your tot at this age because it allows them to show off their new skill! Toys like these also help them build balance and strength. Baby may still fall occasionally, but it’s okay. Helping baby up and saying “you’re ok” will get them back walking in no time.
Now that baby is a little older you might be able to tell that they understand the words you are saying. Baby probably has several words that they uses regularly and can even respond to simple questions you ask like, “Do you want a cookie?”
No… A Favorite Word
You may have noticed that baby is very curious and is constantly getting into things on their quest to discover new things. Because of this you may be using the word “no” quite a bit and it may even be your tot’s favorite word. Saying “no” is your child’s first show of independence.
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