Sep 27th:She says "edificios" like this:
"Vicios"which is hilarious.
Oct 1st:She's in the bath and I've just turned off the shower head after rinsing her hair. She reaches up and says,
Pone!" to put together a lego car, to put a sticker on her belly, to wrap her up in a towel or blanket, to assemble a puzzle. Sometimes it's "Pone this!" or "Pone... this one!"
Oct 3rd:No tiene zapatos" as in, "Mama no tiene zapatos" but today she branched out.
She used "yo" correctly once last week too, I forget the sentence though.
Despite those grammatical leaps of progress, she still calls me "tu mama". Since about 2 weeks ago, she learned from everyone else to say "tu mama" instead of "mama". I presume between my suegra, the babysitter, and THCSITU telling her "Tu mama esta trabajando" or "Daselo a tu mama" or what have you, she rechristened me "tu mama". When she pulls out my license, which she loves to do, she points at my picture and tells me proudly, "tu mama!"