Little miss sunshine just keeps on shining. She makes herself the life of the party, no matter the occasion. She loves big, enjoys life big, gets upset big, and wants be big!
Her interest in baby dolls has peaked as she has begun carrying one of them around and pretending to feed it, brush it’s teeth and hair, and rock it night night. Her love for horses has only grown and she has a new favorite that she loves to take on walks around the house.
She is catching onto the semantics of language and cutely asks “happened?” whenever she hears me say uh oh or sees a mess. Speaking of messes, the girl loves to clean up and is quick to point to anything dirty and say “mess”. The vacuum use to be the only thing to put her to sleep but she can not stand it these days; just the sight of it makes her scream “ceen” (clean!)
As she continued to show her big personality biting has become one of her unfortunate ways of expressing her displeasure with a situation. It could be anything in sight, every square inch of a grocery cart, a rock, a swing, her arm, her shirt, my leg, her brother's arm, Ohhhh anything really! We aren't sure when this phase will leave but we will sure be glad when it is.
She has started singing with us to songs and at times will make up her own too! It started with her beginning to sing along with "Oly Oly Oly" Lord God "aiiity" early in the "moning" my song will rise to "the". "Oly Oly Oly" merciful and "aiiiighty" God in three persons blessed "tiiiinnnntyyyyyyeeee".
She likes to start singing Head, shoulders, knees and toes, No more monkees, and We are the Dinosaurs too.
This month she has become more than just a parrot, attempting to repeat just about anything she hears someone say. The growth in vocabulary has hit me with such rapid fire I can’t keep up. She has begun to put more words together into two word phrases like:
bye bye mommy/daddy
hol ju baby
nigh night baby
big tuckn (truck)
We have continued to find “chocit” treats to give her with more and more companies carrying dairy and soy free options. She did spins over her first ice cream bar and always has a smile when she’s given a chocolate bar. Of course if you give her a piece of chocolate you are guaranteed to here her say “mo chocit” when she’s finished.
You're going to take this world by storm in so many ways sweet girl; I just hope we are all ready. I love you more now than ever, if I could freeze time in these days I would do it in a heart beat!