Luke is starting to take an interest in talking. He like his sister seemed to be more interested in motor development and less interested in talking. Now that he seems to have mastered most forms of movement he is focusing upon communicating.
A good example was this afternoon. I met Mom and the kids over my lunch hour to check on the status of our new house. While we were inside Luke was with Grams, in the car, and none too happy about it. When I got back Luke really wanted to be in my arms. I took him for a little walk along the front of the house. While walking around Luke was pointing at things on the house or in the air and proceeded to talk about them. While most of it sounded like babble he did say mommy, daddy, and house. What was so interesting about this exchange was that he was talking in sentences rather that individual words. It was all gibberish but the tempo, tone, and timing were all spot on.
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