So I know many use when they're being asked from one year to two years the when the charge is turning turned one and then it's in the month of appointment to so many of them use months instead of the year because there's a lot of growth development during that year I personally use or say when you're when I'm being us I just say like one month and I mean one year in four months which would be 16 months but many don't really capture when I see oh 16 minutes but I go out what is that so just say like when you're in four months but I'm curious what are you say
Yeah, I like the way you say it. Like after the year, you say a year, one, two months, three months, whatever it is. Because I think a lot of people get lost. Like, oh, 16 months and then they have to do the math in their head. and wait for a second.
I still use months even though she's a little bit over a year old, but I think after a year and a half I'll just start saying like oh yeah, she's one she's one. I haven't really yet gotten used to that.