Remember all those posts about how Evan wasn't talking and how you all said, "just give it time, eventually you'll wish he didn't talk so much." Well, he definitely says a lot more these days, but his favorite words by far are "me" and "no." And, I think I've heard enough of them both!
Pretty much every situation we encounter in our day warrants either a Me or No response:
Reaching out to help Evan with his playdough - Me
Putting him in his stroller - No
Picking out snacks - Me
Taking away something I shouldn't have let him have in the first place - Me
Asking him to do just about anything - various inflections of No
You know how they say that people who use profanity on a regular basis actually have a smaller vocabulary, because cuss words act as substitutes for so many other words? I think toddlers suffer from the same syndrome. Me and No are their cuss words!