You’ll hear more of proper sentences and less of baby chatter.
Drumrolls please: It has been 6 months since they had their 2nd birthday. Your newborn who turned into an adorable infant and then a mischievous toddler is growing in leaps and bounds. Some days you will look at them and think they are all grown up and others you’ll think of them as still your cuddly angels.
They now have a routine they (probably) like to follow, their favourite hobbies and toys. You’ll hear more of proper sentences and less of baby chatter. But your baby’s imagination is still his/her best friends.
You may also hear a few minor lies (I didn’t do it, someone’s inside the cupboard etc.) For a toddler, fact and fiction can mesh very closely. They don’t yet have the cognitive ability to place the same value on truth and respect as adults do so don’t expect more of them than they are capable of.
Some little ones might also show irregular eating patterns such as eating all the time or not eating at all. Instead of questioning or ignoring, try to find out what’s causing this behaviour: Is it growth, boredom or a lack of some important nutritional value?
Whatever it is, don’t make it a habit of feeding them at irregular hours.