So on to his fun stuff...
Social: He is super social, it's kind of rough on his anti-social parents. My family was here a week ago to help us get our sprinkling system and grass in, and he loved it when everyone was here. He was super low maintenance, hardly ever fussy, and really entertained himself well. He loves it when there are lots of people to look at him, and applaud when he does anything cute. He is always really sad when we have visitors and they leave, poor guy.
Speech (and other stuff): He still talks mostly in his gibberish, but adds lots of intonation and different emphasis. He is really into pointing at what he wants, and gets mad if you don't get what he means. We do have a few words now. He says mama, which he mainly uses when he wants something. Then its the shriek of MAMA! He has called Jeff dada as well. His first really clear word was doggie, and he loves looking at doggies. He doesn't really like being close to dogs, but will watch them for forever from a distance. He also says shoes, and the kid has a shoe obsession. I didn't really have any shoes for him, but recently was given a shipment of a ton of shoes from a cousin to use. He then brought me shoes to try on for an hour. The really funny thing was his favorite were these pair of Lightening McQueen slippers. He loved them and would make us put them on him and he would just prance around the room like he was so cool. Funny thing is he has never seen the movie, has no real reference to what it is (I've been trying to do the no TV before two). He does have a Lightening McQueen walker/car, but thats it. He had to have these slippers with him constantly for a while. When we were walking they fell off his feet while he was in the stroller, and he just started sobbing. It took me a while to realize that he was upset because he had lost his slippers. So when I picked them up from the bottom of the stroller, you heard an audible sigh and smiled so big.
Motor: Walking very proficiently. Now starting to run quite well. He can put different shapes into the holes of whatever those toys are called. He loves pushing things, the stroller, the grocery cart. He used to be so easy to shop with, and now he is a nightmare.