He's so smart, active, and surprising these days. He's talking very well, though doesn't have his tenses perfect. (For example: Mommy, where is you?) He now definitely knows colors, though almost always says red is blue and blue is red. He says the full alphabet, and can identify a few letters on sight. He can consistently count items to 4, but I've heard him recite to 20. "Why" has started to make an appearance.
He loves to run, jump, dance, climb. He goes on the "big kid" playground daily, and can climb every slide, do monkey bars with help, climb a rock climbing wall, and a spiral ladder, and hang onto this circular spinny thing and a zip line while I push him. He just learned to keep his feet up on our neighbor's tire swing and to hang on a regular swing well enough.
He is OBSESSED with marching bands right now, and spoiler if I ever write about today...his life was made when we saw the blue band at Penn State. He also generally likes music, drumming, and SPORTS. Another positive with the park is getting to watch all the local baseball and soccer. He loves watching the big kids play.
The new daycare is a mixed bag. We like it, but Robby has had a hard time. He's been acting up and hitting a lot, which he never used to do. Also, he almost never talks about friends and just says he plays with his teachers. It makes me really sad. It doesn't help that they started him in the older 2 class, then just moved all those kids up except him and one other since they were younger. So he was with those kids for 3 weeks, and now new ones. I hope he starts feeling more comfortable soon.
We'll see if I can ever figure out how to post videos from my phone, because I have some great ones, but...yeah. http://youtu.be/jTqkP5YrWzg
Long story short, I still feel like I'm missing out, and feel terrible since he's obviously having some trouble, but he's still a great kid.