Liam's large motor development is in the forefront. You should see him tackle this rock 'em-sock 'em. He is a mover and shaker. Liam prefers to be running and jumping through early childhood, as all little ones should be able to do. I always told my students' parents, "Your child won't be 23 and unable to hook chain links or print his/her name. Development is unique to each child. Readiness is the key word with little ones. Forced learning is the worst learning, in my opinion."
He's happily learning beginning letter recognition/phonics. He can READ the words bat, cat, fat, hat, mat, rat, and sat. When he reads the word FAT, I tease him and squeal, "Did you say I am fat? I will tickle you." I chase him all around. Lots of love and laughter when he's learning.
His vocabulary is exploding. He repeats what he hears on TV. He tripped on something getting out of the car and said, "Nana, let's get this bad boy out of my way." I had to laugh.