His passive vocabulary (the words that he understand but cannot speak) is rather wide as he seems to understand most things that I say, and can answer with a nod or a shake of his head for a 'yes' or 'no'. Also, he does most of the things that I tell him to. He can get rather lazy at times to speak and still grunts and whines, but I always try to prompt him to speak by asking, 'Tell mummy what you want...' 'What is that?'...or 'Say this, ____'.
Probably this is the most so-call feminine toy that Kyle gets to play with, afterall, guys should learn to cook for themselves and not just concentrate on the eating bit. I am also looking for a cleaning set as I believe the males in the family also need to lend a helping hand with the chores around the house.
Kyle unfortunately came down with his 2nd fever this afternoon. His antibodies are most likely fighting a flu bug that he caught from yiyi :( Anyhow, he just took another dose of baby paracetamol and is fast asleep, I am sure he will be back to his chirpy self in the morning.
Kyle is a very healthy boy except for a rare case of flu once a long while. I must say this is all due to the communion that we take every Sunday. Thank God that we are able to take the communion to remind us of what our Saviour did for us at calvary. All our sickness and diseases are put to death on the cross with Jesus...our bodies are made whole because of Christ! No more fever or flu in Jesus' name, Amen!