Does your baby try to imitate you?

@nishdan01 (3055)
Singapore
August 14, 2007 1:31am CST
My baby tries to do whatever I do. It seems so funny to watch him do all these. He tries to switch on and off the computer,Tv set and tries to phone . He tries to ask for all the vessels in the kitchen and wants to do stuffs like pouring water from one vessel to another. He tries to do all other stuff . One such stuff can be viewed at: http://www.picable.com/People/Babies/Can-I-Do-This.39579 So, does your baby try to imitate you?
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7 responses
@kuting (887)
• Philippines
14 Aug 07
yes babies start to imitate what others around him do. my baby boy is now eight months old and he's learning from what he can see from us. so im also conscious of the tv shows we watch together. im proud that my baby boy is a fast learner and has a really good memory, we taught him to wave babye one night and he was even sleepy then, he was able to do that but we were not sure if he'd still remember it next day. well.. he did and now he's also learned some more.
@nishdan01 (3055)
• Singapore
14 Aug 07
I think your baby is a fast learner. Bbaies learn bye-bye at 9-10 months. Also thanks for the response.
@cutepenguin (6458)
• Canada
14 Aug 07
I don't have any children yet. Your baby sounds so cute.
• Canada
14 Aug 07
My 19 month old daughter tries to imitate me all the time. Whenever I get her in trouble she put her hands on her hips too, and then I can't help but smile. She pretends to talk on the phone, type on the computer, and she's constantly walking around in my shoes with my purse over her shoulder. lol. I love it.
@vinzen (1022)
• India
14 Aug 07
Hi, seems like your baby is around 2-3-4 years of age maybe , as generally this time they do try out these funny amusing things that we parents love to see them do . So you should let them do all this and sit back and enjoy these moments as they never return again, as with time they grow up and mature and do different things at different ages. Yes this age they love to imitate parents, and we are their role models so we have to be very careful too in what we do, how we react or behave in fron of them as they are very observant and quick to pick up and catch things. My daughters used to take out my clothes, make up accessories, shoes, etc and dress up just lik eme and imitate me when i speak to them or guests in the house and i have even recorded their actions and show it to them now that they are nearing their teens!
@eshaan (6193)
• India
14 Aug 07
Yes, my son imitates his father all the time , he tries same actions while sleeping, talking,eating everything. And my daughter is more impressed by her teacher,she all day becomes teacher herself and she has also got a blackboard and chalk and collects students from neighbours and does everything her teachers do.
@aj2006 (1536)
• Philippines
14 Aug 07
My daughter of seventeen months is doing a lot of imitations of what she hears from us. .. and what she see's as well. this is the stage where they can recognize simple acts that they encounter in a day to day basis. They are learning from it.. I manage to let her know that whenever she imitates me, and can do the same.. I said very good every now and then... as early as now, while still learning how to speak, I make sure that she hears the right words too..
• China
14 Aug 07
My brother's daughter tries to imitate people around her. She often imitates the walk style as old people do. She is about ywo years old. Now, she tried to do everything by herself. For example, she would like to drink water on her own instead of other's help. If you want to help her, she will become very angry. I love children very much. They are all angels of the world.