My son, he is one hectic child sometimes. This is Dallas. He is a fun loving, hyper, energetic 15 month old. He admires his family, and is very shy towards those that he is not familiar with. He loves books, well pretending that he can read. His favorite show hands down is Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.
(This was a few months ago, but definitely one of my favorites!)
This child has an ungodly appetite. He eats any and everything. Everything but soy. I'm pretty sure he is highly allergic to soy, because things like vegetable oil or anything soy he turns blood red, and starts to get hives. He eats any kind of table food, except chicken. He doesn't seem to like chicken. (Weird, right? Who doesn't love chicken?!)
He is going to be a tall boy, at 15 months he is pushing three feet tall! He's the size of most two and three year olds he is around. So, his health is great. I'm pretty sure his eyesight is poor. One of his eyes deviate upwards and inwards, so when he looks straight ahead, one eye is straight, the other is sitting higher up. If he cuts his eyes to the side, his eye floats up and in. It's pretty heartbreaking considering most other children ask what's wrong with his eyes? Why is he looking at me with a crooked eye? Or when adults crack jokes about him looking at two people at once. It's sad, but he is going to a pediatric eye specialist in July, and hopefully we will get some answers!
He can say quite a bit. Like momma, dada, mawmaw, pawpaw, awen (Allen), Ny-ny (Nyla), bye, and hi. There is several more but I can't seem to think of them. So, he doesn't seem to have an issue with speech and picking up on words.
It is bizarre to think he was born 15 months ago. My husband and I, were both 19 when he was born. It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, having a baby. The worst part was when he was an infant, all formula had some sort of soy, and he would throw up continuously. It would be flowing, like someone turned on a water facet, out of his mouth, everywhere. The only solution was him being on Enfamil Nutramigen, then transitioning to baby food.
He is definitely the light of our lives, and I hope he grows up to be as happy and amazing as he is now.