English Words at 16 Months 

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  1. Sonia Cave says:

    Not only was it helpful that you had done it, you will be able to look back when he is much older and remember his little quirky speech habits and what he was saying at such a young age 🙂

  2. So many words! I didn’t say a single word until I was 4, although I did come out with a full sentence at once.

    C x

  3. yeahlifestyle says:

    I wish I read your post when my kids were that age, its so informative and helps a child build up his / her vocabulary.

  4. hann182014 says:

    I can’t remember when i started to say words. This looks great

  5. Jemma says:

    Oooh he has lots of words compared to my 16 month old! My son only knows a few words. He’s doing very well.

  6. Elizabeth says:

    Filling out those school forms is always annoying – I used to want to invent grand achievements for them, like winning the Nobel Peace Prize and playing with the London Symphony Orchestra. They’re babies! Sheesh. 🙂

  7. awwwww this is so cute and so many words, think I barely said anything for a long while haha although now I never shut up!

  8. kirstyralph11 says:

    I think this is a lovely idea and a great way to document his development. I would introduce a second language as it’s such a valuable skill to have and children learn it easier when they are younger.

  9. Sarah Bailey says:

    No matter why the nursery thanked you I think it will be a lovely thing to look back on for you in the future.
    I don’t see the harm in introducing a second language I think children are amazing at learning such things, and it seems to be easier younger.

  10. I don’t think this was something I was ever asked by the nursery. It’s a great idea to document it though, if only for your own memories

  11. I have never thought about his before! My youngest is 20 months and I hadn’t considered what words he says. Great that you are supporting the nursery

  12. My favourite has to my number 21 – nom nom! That’s a large part of my vocabulary now…

  13. Nom nom and up! Ha ha. I really find it so cute to hear little ones saying those.

    • The Growing Mum says:

      I’m so glad he said Mummy a few days before I started the list as he’d started calling me Daddy hahaha

  14. Emily Leary says:

    I wish I had documented this for my own children. I know that JD was a really, really early talker but apart from that I can’t remember much!

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