RJ will kick a ball and say to me, "See it mom? See it mom?" He'll jump from my bathtub and say, "See it mom? See it mom?" He'll run fast like Lightning McQueen and say, "See it mom? See it mom?"
One of his favorite things to do right now is to gallop. He gallops and gallops all over the house saying, "Gallop, gallop, gallop." He's so proud of his new accomplishment and his little voice can be heard resonating through the house, "Gallop, gallop, gallop."
The terrific thing about it is, his speech of coarse is still developing so all his sounds aren't right. His g sound follows the typical pattern of a two-year-old, being replaced by a d sound. He doesn't quite have his l's yet either. Those are replaced by an m sound. The end of the word gets dropped off, leaving the word to end with a soft a sound.
Maybe take a minute and figure that out.
So... around and around the house he goes, galloping and repeating "gallop, gallop, gallop" over, and over, and over again! Absolutely terrific!