Our kid is one of those little people (are they all this way?) who prefers to work on one single skill at a time. When she was learning to walk, nearly all talking was put on hold. Now that she has walking (and jumping and running and wiggling) down to a science, verbal skills are really ramping up. New words are appearing at a rapid pace, and I'm doing my best to keep up and decipher all that talking.
The very first sign language sentence the baby put together was "more fruit." This is not surprising given that "more" and "fruit" are two of her favorite concepts. She's used these words, alone and together, for some time now. Then, just a few days ago, she said her first sentence using words. This time it was "more peas." She prefers them left frozen thank you very much.
In other language news, the words of the week are "apple" and "car" and "happy." The first two are used in the most obvious way as in when she wants the first or sees the second. The third one gets used like this happyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappyhappy!