At 14 months (er, 16.5 adjusted – is it strange that I NEVER think of them in terms of their actual age?):
I can play my keyboard, pick up a spoon and chew on it, and sit with support (though I do find it tiring after a few minutes)
I can also roll from front to back (and probably from front to back, except I hate to), pout when my therapist comes, and laugh at my brother’s silly jokes. I can stand if my waist is supported. In my AFOs I can also stand if you are just holding my hands.
I can also ride in a toy car (but make sure you lock that door!) kick in the swimming pool and I am starting to babble lots more.
As for me, I can sit independently, climb stairs, crawl (though I prefer the bunny hop), say Mama, Dada, Mah-go (Margot) (a few other words too) and sing along to Roly-poly
I can also have tantrums, pull apart my mother’s purse and scream louder than anyone in the house
Oh, and I can steal my sister’s toys or sit on her play tray, but I also give her lots of zerberts and pats.