This development stage is when the baby speaks and understands words that are quite a few. The baby can bring objects to you because in this stage, they can usually walk without some accompany (like parents) and uses both hands and tiny fingers to pick up things. But the baby still needs someone to be looked out, it’s too bad that he climbs out stairs or crib because spending most of his time just in the crib feels like it’s a locker to him. Some babies gently wreck their precious crib in order to feel free without knowing it. When the baby cannot do something, he feels bad or negative about it.
Also, watch out if the baby wails, whines, and cries if he do not get what they want because it can get really bad especially when the baby gets easily demanding and appalled. Another thing is that the baby begins to use spoon to eat gleefully by himself, names some of his parts of the body, imitates grown-up activities, names familiar things and people, and surprisingly, he begins to use the toilet by himself in his own feet. He can be also playful at times when he wants to play with you.