When do children parse wh-questions in an adult-like manner? Prior work suggests that infants as young as 19 months can parse sentences incrementally and predictively (e.g. Lidz, White, & Baier, 2017), but recent findings with older children have not found evidence for predictive parsing of wh-object questions until 6 years of age (Atkinson et al., in prep). We'll be presenting preliminary data from 20-month-olds using the same paradigm as Lidz et al. 2017, and we think these data might tell us something about not only infants' representations but also predictive parsing of wh-questions at this age. We'd like to hear your thoughts on how these preliminary findings can be reconciled with previous literature.