The new “IT” girl

Filed under: baby's progress — by Lauren on March 14th, 2008 @ 8:59 pm

Anya’s been using a lot of “it” phrases recently. A day with Anya sounds something like this:

“Read it! Hear it? Drink it. Dropped it…get it! Cut it! See it? Open it? Close it. Zip it!”

Most of these were learned as a phrase (like “All done!”), although today she definitely came up with her own two word combination. We were enjoying the warm(er) weather this afternoon and when I took out some bubbles, she told me “Blow it!”

In a similar theme, she’s also saying some other phrases like “Another one!”, “Where is she?”, “Hold you?”, and “Carry you?” (She means hold/carry ME; she’s just repeating the latter part of the question “Do you want me to hold/carry you?”). My current favorite: “Want some?” It’s very cute, especially when she offering you a half-chewed cracker.

One Response to “The new “IT” girl”

  1. Papa Ducky Says:

    Abbi always said “Carry you” meaning “carry me” starting around 15-16 months. It was cute! I continue to be thrilled with Anya’s verbal skills and thinking processes. She is so good and so bright. :-}