Here’s Betty, and Abigail, and Nickel, and where’s me?
Where’s my leotard go? I want to try it. See my leotard, I couldn’t find it? I want to wear it right now. Help me, it’s kinda tricky. Now pull it up. Nope, I better turn it around. The bow, it is in the front.
It’s for ballet. I do remember, now I’m a big girl so I can wear it like my mommy.
Aydan in Africa dress. Edie in Africa dress too. And Grandma and Aydan. Pretty dresses. It’s beautiful. Thank you. Dance dance dress! Grandma, I want up.
Aydan train, woo wooo! Fast feet! Again! Aydan chase me. Uh oh, train broken. Come back Aydan. Come back! I miss you Aydan. Bye bye. I love you.
Ride Daddy Dragon. Hana and Mountain Dragon. Fly Daddy! Wings up. Up on shoulders. I’m mountain dragon. Hood on please. Too rough. Okay, ride! Fly in kitchen.
I have been playing so hard that I can’t write the Huckleberries fast enough! I said lots of funny insightful things, some in sentences of nine words at a time, but for the next few days I will show you lots of pictures to get caught up.
These ones are from when Aydan came over to play all by herself. We cut up veggies and had crackers and apples and a big yummy tea party. We used polite words like please and thank you, and when we were all done we cleaned up our own cups. I have extra special little girl cups and we didn’t break any because we were careful and gentle.
We played in the play room for a long time with all my puzzles. I saw how much Aydan likes puzzles so now I love them too. It’s silly. All my headbands were in a basket by the mirror so we dressed all up and showed off our silly faces.
Today I rode the carousel at the zoo with Grandma. I also looked at several kinds of birds and tried saying “bou,” which I think is pretty close. Consonant blends are tricky. Today I also planted spinach seeds in my garden. Mama helped me remember not to plant them in my mouth. In the evening I played dress-up until I couldn’t go on. Necklaces make me so happy.