Thursday, May 31, 2012

19 months: When you read you begin with ABC, when you sing you begin with Do-Re-Mi

Happy baby squatting This month was a learning month.  Learning A B C, 1 2 3, and Do-Re-Mi.  T can actually identify all the letters, although there are a few he mixes up.  The ones with four lines converging (K, X) and the ones with an embedded V (U, V, Y) cause trouble.  And I suspect that 1-2-3 are not really numbers at this point, but an ordered set (1 comes before 2, and then comes 3)

Baby and mommy are in the midst of a "Sound of Music" phase right now.  So the Netflix DVD of Sound of Music lives in the DVD player.  Videos are in the Favorites list on YouTube (and T can get to them himself on both iPhones).  And he can sing and dance to most of the songs.  I'm probably going to have most of the soundtrack memorized by the end of the month at the rate things are going.

There are two Takraw to play with May was also a month of Asian festivals.  S and L went to the Silk Screen Gala.  And since we dressed up, so did T. And we also took T with us to Thai Night, where he was the baby of the evening and provided some entertainment.

Task for the coming month:  The boy across the street informed T that he could only play with them if he could do math and read . . .
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