She will be three in two weeks. Her language skills are improving every day. Sometimes there are so many words exploding in her head, it makes her stutter. We patiently wait for the words to come out. And what comes out can be pretty funny...
To Ryan as he is leaving for school:
"Bye papa! Don’t pee in your pants, don’t poop in your pants. I love you!"
Whilst reading the adventures of Dora the Explorer and being corrected on the use of he versus she:
“He is not she, he is Dora!”
“Lola, I have had enough. Can you please be a normal, good girl?”
“No. I want to be Lola.”
On ignoring the ‘No Running in the House’ rule:
“But mom, I am not running. I am pretending to run.”
Asking to look at the pictures and movies on my digital camera:
“I want to look at Lola, The Movie!”
The girl likes to dance:
“I need some music.” (And by music she means The Black Eyed Peas.)
When I try to dislodge myself from her grip after kissing her good night:
"You can't go anywhere. I am keeping you." Followed by her 'evil' laugh "Ha, ha, ha, ha..."