We play a game called "no smiling". I'll look at Eli and give him a play-stern face and say "no smiling". He makes this face back at me
and then gives this cheesy grin.
When he sees a duck (in a book or in real life) he says "Aflack Aflack". He has a little duck that when you push it, it says "aflack".
He can whistle. Not on cue, but usually does it once a day.
He lines up his little cars and says "choo choo". Poor kid thinks he made a train with cars. Guess maybe a train should be on his Christmas list.
We went to Lowes the other day and they have their Christmas decorations out. When he sees those lights or the ugly ginormous polar bear, his eyes light up and he says "more more more". (Now I understand why people have those blow up things in their yard. Its' for the kids.)
I can tell Eli to go to time-out and he does, willingly. He'll walk over very calmly, sit down, and then start fake crying. Sometimes he'll go to timeout without being told to. He'll sit for a little while and then stand up and say "sorry".
His favorite thing to say is "Ut oh. I drop it."
Sometimes when he's really excited he shimmies his body with a big smile.
He says "Sit dooooown" when he is starting to stand up in his high chair and he knows he isn't supposed to.
This one isn't so funny, but it's still an oddity. When he's looking at books by himself, if he sees a little boy or girl in the picture he says "nooooooo" while pointing at them. We've been working on it, but I'm not exactly sure what it's about.
He has a Little People car that plays music when you push different buttons. He never lets the song play through. He just keeps pushing buttons. I'm convinced he does this simply to drive me crazy.
When he says bye-bye to anyone, he also blows them a kiss.
He counts the stairs as he walks them (yeah, no more crawling the stairs yikes!) 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, and any combination of other numbers from 1-15.
Says "Where are you?" and "Doing?" when he wants to know what's going on.