Honestly, her son (even though he's a couple months younger than Vince), is ahead of mine verbally. Vincent has a hearing problem that can't be corrected until at least September, so it's very difficult for him to process sounds. Thus, he can't understand prayers very well, so even though I pray "over" him every night, it's doubtful he's picking up anything more than the rhythm of prayers.
I am proud to report, however, that he knows exactly what to do when presented with the small statue of Our Blessed Mother or a rosary. He immediately puts the statue / rosary to his lips and gives a kiss. He will sometimes offer the item to me to ALSO kiss before I place the item back in its rightful place. In fact, after his bath, he many times reaches for the statue so he can give Our Lady her due kisses. It's melt-your-heart-adorable. :)
The last couple nights, though, I've noticed that he requests a certain hymn I regularly sing to him. It's a twist on the Glory Be prayer that I made up one night while lulling him to sleep. He enjoyed it so much that I now sing it to him in the car as well.
Anyway, he's been attempting to sing this particular song more often now. Granted, he also tries to sing the Wonder Pets theme song, but still... I'd like to think he's slowly getting into the mindset of prayer. Ha ha!
But to answer her question as to what prayers I typically pray with / over Vincent:
1 Glory Be in thanks for the gift, health, and safety of Vincent
1 Glory Be in thanks for his Guardian Angel
1 Hail Mary in thanks for her protection of Vincent and for her intercession to help me be a better mother to him
1 Guardian Angel prayer
1 Memorare for his Guardian Angel's intentions ('cause I figure angels have intentions, too!) and my intentions
1 Memorare for all other intentions that have been requested of me throughout the day
I chose these prayers specifically because I want Vincent to understand the importance of prayer and the graciousness of offering prayers not just for ourselves, but in thanks for our blessings and as intercessions for others who need help.