Spear is 24 Months Old

Spear is 24 months old

Spear turned 24 months old on December 1st. Which means I am officially done with ANY weekly/monthly/age updates FOREVER.

Now Spear is just lumped in with the rest of the crew and not set apart due to his age or constantly changing schedule.

We’ve reached a big milestone!

I’ve been doing these updates for four kids, each for the first two years of their lives which means EIGHT YEARS.

One milestone I’m not too sad to see go 😉

I’m going to work on organizing my site and will have a landing page with all of these types of posts as I know they are helpful to others!

what to expect 24 month old toddler boy

Using What to Expect the Toddler Years here is where Spear matches up with the “norm” for his age in the area of development and milestones.

I’m using my fav pics of Spear from this month for this post!

At 24 months old Spear is doing everything a two year old should be able to do including:

  • take off an article of clothing
  • “feed” a doll
  • build a tower of 4 cubes
  • identify 2 items in a picture by pointing

He is doing everything a two year old will probably be able to do including:

  • build a tower of 6 cubes
  • throw a ball overhand
  • speak and be understood half the time
  • identify 1 picture by naming
  • identify 4 items in a picture by pointing

Spear is able to do one thing that a child his age may possibly be able to do and that is put on an article of clothing…he cannot yet jump up.

Spear is not yet able to do anything of the things that a 24 month old may even be able to do including:

  • draw a vertical line in imitation
  • build a tower of 8 cubes
  • carry on a conversation of 2 or 3 sentences

While these posts aren’t my fav to write I have always loved the chance to check in and see how my babies are doing compared to the “norms” for their ages.

As I’ve added more kids to our crew I’ve also enjoyed writing these posts as a chance to look back at the older kids at the same ages…it’s neat to see all the similarities and differences between the kids at each age and stage!

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