She walks, runs & kicks. She climbs 2 flights of stairs 5 times a minute (atleast seems so). Good for my health you might say, I don't think so. At 14 she can kick a ball, she can show anger by kicking anything available at her discreet.No, this is not a practice in our place and I have no clue where she gets it from. It could be probably because my mom moves rags with her feet, just a guess .
She claps and turns around. She enjoys watching nursery rhymes.
She drink off her sippy, glass and even a bottle. She has learnt to sip through a straw as well.
P took her for a walk one day and bought some coconut water from the street since he was thirsty, Ofcourse the daughter wasn't going to let the father enjoy it in peace until he taught her how to sip. Now every time we walk the road and pass the coconut seller, she keeps smacking her lips and pointing fingers.
She imitates P exercising everyday. One day, he was just showing off his muscles and she started imitating him forcing strength while grinding her teeth.
She tries to eat all kind of raw vegetables. Tomatoes, beans, onions and even bitter groud. She even tried digging her teeth into garlic and latter spit it out in disgust.
She is scared of the dog growling not barking. she is scared of the grinder, the moped starting and thunder and little butterflies sitting on the ceiling. She comes running and clings hard or even better is she runs through that stretch of the house instead of walking or strolling where the butterfly or insect is seen on the ceiling.
As soon as I set the table for dinner or breakfast, she goes in search for P and signals him with a smacking sound while summoning him with a nodding head. Now-a-days she pushes him towards the dinning. Smacking is her way to tell us she is hungry or thirsty.
These days she seems to be putting things into her mouth just to grab attention. Couple of days back I was so tired of yelling "spit, spit" after she put in a piece of paper into her mouth, I just ignored her. In a few minutes she comes to me and holds out her tongue for me to see. I ignored her again and she comes back holding the thing in her hand :).
Not Potty trained, not weaned and does not sleep on her own yet.