He can say pretty much anything he wants to say, and his vocabulary includes the use of adjectives to describe things. A few that come to mind are..."that pretty", "my foot hurts", "I got milk", and "it raining." I could go on and on.
He can sing his ABC's and count to 10 with a little help. Let me remind you that he is only
I've been singing this corny song to him since he was about 6 months old. It's just a silly little serenade I made up about how I love him and how he is such a sweet baby. So, about a week ago, he started singing it with me. I guess I'm going to have to changed the lyrics from "baby" to "boy."
He wants to play with whatever Grant is playing with. Except he doesn't really want to play with it. He just wants to get a reaction out of his big brother. He dashes for Grant's toys saying "Deeeewwww!" the second Grant isn't looking. Why does he say his own name, you may ask? Because that's what Grant screams out when he realizes what Drew is doing. I try to explain to Grant to ignore him and he won't do it anymore, but he just doesn't get it.
I've titled this post "Drew, 24 months" and not "Drew, 2 years" because his birthday is still a whole day away. He is not 2. He is 24 months. I'm going to hang on to that as long as I can.