Tag Archives: childhood development
Almost two, and RPGBaby had a number of level ups last week: First time unzipping and taking off her own coat (without assistance); First time putting on her own shoes (again without assistance); and (most important) First time staying up past her bedtime gaming!
Sneak Attack is a Rogue’s best feature, and every dad has a bit of the rogue in him. I use sneak attack very rarely, but it has been very effective every time I did. Both times I instigated a sneak attack against RPGBaby, it was well planned and perfectly timed. The first time, shortly after […]
Before I posted that RPGBaby’s focus on D6s had both helped and maxed out her counting ability. Two weeks ago, however, she broke through that barrier and began counting reliably and clearly to 10. She also reliably recognizes the numbers even when they are out of order. She happily counts to 10, and gets elated […]
At 19-months, RPGBaby surprised us by counting from 1 to 5, unprompted and correctly. The very next day she made it to 6. She has continued to increase her range, but she always leaves off 7. At first I thought it was because it was a two-syllable word, but now that she can count to […]
One of RPGBaby’s favorite words is “work,” and she actually gets upset with her if we don’t let her work when she asks. She currently has a variety of Word docs she is turning into masterpieces of 19-month old toddlerese. She especially impressed me today by not only turning on her computer herself but also […]