One quirk that you have developed is standing up in the tub during bath time. Instead of sitting down and enjoying the warm water and playing with your floating toys, you insist on standing and walking back and forth from one end of the tub to the other. You occasionally throw your bath toys out of the tub and squeal and grunt to mommy and daddy, pointing at the toys so that we can fetch them for you. (A fun game for you; not so much for mommy and daddy.)
Well, you've added the "hammer leg" move to your bath routine now. What is the hammer leg, you ask? It's this:
As you walk from one end of the tub to the other, you swing your leg up and slam it down on the water, making very big splashes. You do this with even more enthusiasm when mommy cheers you on, screaming "Hammer leg!"
Believe it or not, I told daddy that I think this move is hereditary and that you got this trait from mommy... When daddy and I bought our first home, we bought two IKEA bookcases to fill the expanse of our living room walls. If you know anything about IKEA furniture, assembly is always required (and it's not always the easiest thing to put together). Your daddy and I spent quite a few hours putting the bookcases together. Toward the end when pieces weren't fitting exactly as expected, mommy broke out the hammer leg move. It basically entailed mommy kicking the stubborn pieces of shelving together while screaming "Hammer leg!!" in a deep shrilling voice.
You're becoming more and more like mommy every day -- my very own little mini me... Daddy's in trouble.