Jump on the trampoline.
Use a fork and spoon very well, and manipulate a dinner knife two-handedly.
Pantomime like nobody's business. He's still not talking, but he sure can tell a story.
Sign his way through whatever he can't pantomime. World's most communicative non-talker ever.
Make animal noises for dogs, lions, cows, and cats.
Drain a yogurt smoothie in 3 seconds flat.
Sit in a big boy chair at the dinner table. After weeks of vehement protests (on his part), I finally let him move to a booster seat. After two days of vehement protests of the booster seat, I let him sit in a big chair. He's just not happy, unless it's just like brother.
Brush his teeth.
Navigate almost all playground equipment by himself.
Ride a small tricycle.
Throw, catch, and kick balls pretty decently.
Follow multi-step commands.
Take out the bathroom trash on the daily trash trip by the Snodgrass men.
Knock on a door and wait until given permission to open it. He could teach his brother a thing or two about that!
Fetch a wipe or towel to clean up his spills, without being prompted, and then take the wipe to the trash or the towel to the laundry.
Build with Legos.
|Yes, he had some help here, silly.|
Climb. Climb. Climb.
Play Hide and Seek. He's a very good Seeker, but as the Hider, he's got room for improvement. His chuckles give him away every last time.
He's our Buddy Boy, and we love him so!
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