New day, new word.
The third year, your child will amaze you with their language development skill — and not just vocabulary. You’ll see them expressing a lot of emotions besides hunger, anger and sleep. Kids learn the most from their environment. You’ll notice them repeating words they heard earlier, mimicking expressions or putting together sentences. The most common phrases, however, would be ‘me do it’. Their new found independence means they’ll want to do everything on their own. For you, this means dealing with sudden outbursts of frustration.
You’ll eventually notice some visible differences in their appearances. Genetics, environment and their health — all three will play their part in their appearance. You’ll also see your toddler will become longer and possibly leaner over the next few months. Their appetite may still not be great and because they are so active; any extra fat they have will be burnt off in exercise.