I open the cabinet and say 'Pyrex!' and then start on the primary set first (don't all Pyrex collectors?)... 'Yellow, green, red, blue (then, moving to the right) -- turquoise, pink and Flamingo pink!' I take out the 'There'll Always be an England' glasses and the Coronation glass and the little flamingo on the bottom shelf and show them to her. If I forget to go back to the little maple leaf cream and sugar on the bottom shelf and say 'yellow', she points to them to remind me. I think it's a good way to teach colors (though her parents think it's pretty funny that I've been teaching their baby turquoise and flamingo pink).
So, last week, Mr. KV was holding her in another part of the kitchen and I said something about Pyrex and she turned around, looked right at the cabinet and started grinning! If you ask her 'Where's the Pyrex?', she immediately looks at it and gets excited. Only 13 months, just starting to walk and talk and she already knows the good stuff -- that's smart!
I can see a great time treasure hunting with my little buddy in the future -- I'd better save a granny cart for her!