The Age of Repetition

Today Amy is 23 months old and an increasingly able communicator.  At not quite two, she regularly speaks in sentences and makes herself understood.  An example of this is a conversation we had in the car today:  Want Hange!  Ange is at work love.  Hange not at work. Hange in her house.  Ha, yes you’re probably right. See Hange morrow?  Yes darling, you’ll see Ange tomorrow.  Love Hange.  I know poppet.  Along with her ever developing use of sentences, comes all the questions . . .  Why you put your coat on? See Ganny morrow?  Have some chocot? However this last week I’ve noticed we’ve hit the repetition stage . . . you know that really, utterly exhausting phase of toddler development where the conversation goes round and round and round in circles? The first time I really noticed this was on Saturday where, for much of the journey to…

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Fifteen Months Old – Amy Watch

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