3V0412.01 Putting-on; (3/10/79)
Peggy has definitely begun putting objects on “tables”, i.e. any flat
surface bounded and raised. The evidence of intention is her repeating
the action. For example, she spent a long time (10 minutes or so) with
Miriam’s boots and the checker table, putting on one, then both, then
taking them off.
She also sat beside a pile of books at my chair, placing all the objects in
her reach on top of the dictionary; her hair brush, a rolling toy, some
other random objects she played with that day.