At two and a half, Bennett has developed quite the imagination. Thirty months mean stories get more creative, animals appear out of thin air, bedtimes get delayed for leaks in the ceiling, and vocabularies explode.
Bennett learned how to catch a dinosaur.
We learned that we have quite a bear problem in Nashville.
Bennett learned to count to fourteen.
We learned he still doesn't know the number four.
Bennett learned that McQueen and my friends are from California.
We learned that Bennett's left foot is stinky, but his right foot smells good.
Bennett learned that there is a monster at the end of the book, but not every book.
We learned that we can no longer read fast and/or skip pages.
Bennett learned how to plant a garden.
We learned that we may finally have found the answer to getting him to eat his vegetables.
Bennett learned to water the fence.
We learned that harvest season can't get here soon enough.
Bennett learned not to wipe your hands off on the fence.
We learned that tiny splinters and tiny hands don't mix.
Bennett learned to sleep in a toddler bed.
We learned that he doesn't want to get out of bed by himself, but you are welcome to come in.