DD is 1 next week, she does the lead with the dog thing. She loves the dog. She crawls up to him and goes "tickle tickle tickle". And she says "Dog" "woo" "ki-oo" (Skittle). She roars with dinosaurs and brooms with cars. She says "yum" "yuck" nods for yes and shakes for no. She says "uh-uh" "uh-oh" "wow", points, waves hello and goodbye. ummmmm she says a few more things too.. She doesnt wear shoes as she isnt walking, but she tries to put on DS's shoes. She is obsessed with shoes!
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09-02-2012 23:23 #11Feel my wrath!
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10-02-2012 08:56 #12
My dad works with education stats and I'm pretty sure boys are usually the smartest and the dumbest in a group - but girls are generally higher performers overall. Does that even make sense? There's not as much of a range of intelligence amongst girls as there is with boys?
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14-03-2012 22:46 #13
That all sounds really advanced to me!! Wow, that's incredible for 12 months!! My DD is 15 months and only learned 'where's your tummy' last week . Good on you for having such a bright spark
14-03-2012 22:53 #14
Sounds the same as dd was at 12 months. Amazing and I always felt like I was bragging with what new things she would come out with... Daily !!
Wait til your dd is 20 months !! Me and df are amazed at how much she knows! We look at each other and think Wtf !! Haha !! So cute
15-03-2012 06:51 #15
DD was much the same at that age.
15-03-2012 07:11 #16
Your DD sounds advance to me.. well done!!!! My DD doesn't say much at all she's 14 months
15-03-2012 07:56 #17
My DS is a much better talker/ animal noise maker than his girl cousin of the same age. Just sayin...
15-03-2012 08:25 #18
DD was the same at that age. My niece is similar, not many spoken words yet but fantastic comprehension and she has just gone 15 months old.
15-03-2012 08:53 #19Senior Member
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Sounds like my DS at that age, he was pretty alert from day 1.
I do babysit friends children and am always asking them questions and they won't point and just look at me like so I don't know whether DS was bright or normal or my friends children are slightly behind.
I think the vast majority of them even out by school age anyway. My DS was not one for talking (although said first words quite early - just not sentences) but now I can't shut him up.
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