Henry is quickly connecting words with objects. He is able to identify my nose and ears and occasionally my mouth. He gives high fives. He listens to my requests to give the [object] to dad. He still laughs at everything.
The teachers at the day care even reported that he has learned the phrase “make another choice” which they use when he is doing things he should not do (which usually involves climbing on something), though no decision has been made as to whether or not we will use this phrase.