Jack Jack: 14 Months

He's 14 months?!
Time slow down!
Here's what our little bugger is up to at 14 months.

He LOVES to climb the stairs at Grandma & Grandpa's.
We chase him up & down constantly.
 [the fact that he has a cast now hasn't slowed him down on the stairs at ALL]

He is 100% obsessed with cats.
He can spot them ANYWHERE.
And he'll do anything to get to them.
Like attempt to maneuver through Aunt Jamie's pig sty room
[can you see the kitty on the desk chair?]

He loves music, including the piano.

Before the broken leg, he loved to play outside on our patio.
He loves exploring out there!

[again before the cast...]
he loved bath time!
He is not such a fan of the sponge baths he's been getting for the last 4 weeks.

He cries every time we drop Daddy off somewhere.
Like the airport.
This is Daddy saying bye to Jack Jack.

...and the second the door closes?

Bye, Daddy!

...and here is Jack's still-sad face after the 30 minute drive home.
This happens any time we drop Daddy off at work too.

He loves to play in the bay window...
because he sees cats sometimes haha

 He has become a big fan of not wanting to take an afternoon nap
even though he is VERY tired.
On days this happens
[once every couple weeks]
he sits on the couch and watches a movie.

Sometimes he's so tired that he gets mad at me for looking at him
and especially for taking pictures of him.

Sometimes I snuggle up with him and we take a nap together since he refuses one alone.

He likes to "help" by taking the clothes out of his hamper
and putting them away in his drawers.
It's very, very helpful.

 If he's ever very quiet and I'm not sure where he is
90% of the time I will find him in his room reading books.

 His very favorite toys are cars.
Or any type of vehicle.
ANYthing with wheels.

 He loves our daily walks

especially when he sees kitties.
[Oh, and he points at EVERYthing. Everything.]

Falling asleep on walks is pretty rare for him
since there is just so much to see
BUT it does happen once in a blue moon.

He is a pro at emptying his dresser drawers.
He can do it in record time.

I clean this mess up at least 4x a week. At least.

He loves the park.
The swings are still his favorite but he is also a big fan of the slides and climbing up the steps on the play equipment.

He LOVES playing at Grandma Wallace's house.
She has tons of toys, including a bucket of cars.

He discovered a few weeks ago that Grandma Davis also has a huge bucket of cars.
He was in heaven.

 Most of them are Grandpa Davis's old cars from when he was a kid.
Some things never go out of style.

He hates anything being on his head.
Too bad because we found this adorable baby A's hat and he could have matched Daddy.

He has learned how to put his Mega Bloks together.

 He has figured out how to open the pocket door to the kitchen
so it's not successful at keeping him out while I'm in the shower anymore.

He loves Disney movies since they have lots of music.
He sat and watched Cinderella for at least 20 minutes.

and he watched half of 101 Dalmations

 He loves to climb onto the fireplace brick.

 He ends up in our bed at least twice a week.

Besides cars, non-toys are the best toys.
Like a jar of coins.

He loves birds so seeing them at Petsmart is really fun.

He learned how to climb onto the step stool.
....excuse my finger in the lens.

He's quite the comedian.
He loves to do anything he thinks will make us laugh.
He's lucky that pretty much everything he does makes us laugh.
We're the best kind of audience.

He says "OOOOO" all the time.
Anytime he sees something he loves/wants/thinks is cool.
Or if he hears an airplane.
Or if he hears a dog or a bird.
Pretty much just all the time.

He is still in love with Mr. Bunny.
He comes with us everywhere
and you can often find him wrapped up in Jack's arms.

- He waves "hi" and "bye" to everybody.
We were sitting by the door at The Habit the other day and he said "bye!" and waved at everyone who walked out.
He is the friendliest kid on earth.

-His favorite foods are grapes, PB&J's, oatmeal, and graham crackers.
He also loves any type of dessert.

-We get a lot of comments on how mellow/happy he is.
It's true.

-He says "mama," "dada," "hi," "uh-oh," "that," and "all done" (which sounds like ah-da)

-He learned how to shake his head and loves to do it anytime we say no.
Here's a video that perfectly captures what I mean:

-We are teaching him to nod but when he tries to do it he moves his entire body instead of just his head. I wish I had a video because it's hilarious.

-He LOVES water but is NOT a big fan of milk. We have to mix Nestle chocolate into the milk to get him to drink it.

-He has 9 teeth, including one molar.

-He puts his hand to his ear and says "hi!" anytime he sees a phone or hears one ring.

-He dances [by swaying back & forth while sitting down] or waves one arm in the air when he hears music.

-He can bark like a dog, meow like a cat, and say "vroom" like a car.

-If he hears sirens, an airplane, or a dog barking he points at the closest window or door
[to let us know he heard something outside?]

-He claps whenever sports are on TV.
Especially baseball.


    Also, you need to post pictures of his room!!! It looks so cute!


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