I'm no longer an infant,
But growing up from infant to toddler...
For a 15months++ toddler,
How much vocabulary should I know?
For a start,
I'll have to know how to call DADDY & MUMMY first...
I'll call them whenever I wanted to,
Not whenever they told me to do so...
I have to have my very own personality,
To have my own choice of when to voice up...
Although I not really love to drink milk milk,
Everytime when I'm hungry,
I'll say 'NEN NEN'
And request for food...
Mummy will know by now,
My Nen nen not really refer to milk,
But any food...
I start learning with 'A', 'B', 'C'
Mummy been teaching me alphabet and numbers,
I can only pronouce 'A' very very well...
I can also,
Recognize my favouriate toy,
I loves playing around with my big ball and small ball,
And keep on pronouncing, 'ball', 'ball', 'ball'
I love to voice up words starting with 'B'
I always point to teddy bear, koala bear and any kinds of bear's picture,
And tell mummy 'BEAR'...
When mummy said:
I am a...
I'll fast fast complete her sentense and said:
When mummy asked in mandarin:
Am I full?
'BAO BAO' (Full in mandarin)
Instead of wave bye-bye,
I start saying BYE-BYE whenever I want to go back...
I can recognize many types of different animals...
I love to pronounced especially DUCK.
Mummy trying to teach me 'banana'...
The pronounciations are too long,
And I decide to just call it 'NANA'
Mummy said she's looking forward,
For a nice conversation with me...
I'm thinking not to let her wait too long for that~