He loves Bennett and they sometimes play really well together some days not so much. I never thought I would have to referee their fights at this age already, but some days I feel like all I do is tell them to share, not hit, stop messing with your brother, etc! I love seeing his and Bennett's relationship grow. When I pick Bennett up at school Walker gets so excited and it makes me so happy to see them interact with each other. Everyone comments on how much the two of them look alike and they do, but they are complete opposites and I actually love how different they are from one another.
Walker is also going through a major I want Mommy phase! Bennett was shy at this age and had separation anxiety in general. He just didn't like being around new people, but Walker just wants me all the time right now and it is getting a little hard to walk out the door when I have a little 18 month old running after me screaming his head off. It breaks my heart but is also frustrating at the same time. We leave him in the nursery at church, I take him to the gym daycare a few times a week, and I leave him in the nursery at my Bible study so it isn't for the lack of trying on our end to get him used to me leaving him, but that boy just wants his mommy! He gets really mad if Bennett comes and sits in my lap and will try to push him out. I guess I should just soak up all the Mommy love while I can!
Goof ball insisted on wearing this hat at breakfast
After his first timeout. I think his face says it all, he is is not a fan!
Sweet baby at his 18 month check up
Walker is "talking" and always vocal, but isn't saying anything too clear at this point. He understands everything we say which the pediatrician said is more important and he can tell Walker wants to talk so he will figure it out. I can tell him to go get specific toys, shoes, etc and he can do it so he is pretty smart!
Here is what Walker can say so far:
Mama, Dada, Daddy, doggie, kitty, bye bye, hi, ni ni (night night), yeah, and boo (Bennett taught him that one)!
He can shake his head No, wave Hi or Bye, and give high fives. He knows where his head, belly, feet and tongue are and he can tell you what a monkey, kitty, and lion say.
Walker is just so much fun and we love him so much! I just can't say enough about Walker and I love seeing the little boy he is turning into. He is just the sweetest and funniest little guy!