They really do become mini little humans, don't they?
Even though she's still trying to figure out this whole communication thing (although, she's trying really hard to say things like 'thank you' and 'doggy'), she's making her likes, dislikes, feelings and opinions known.
So far we've come to a few conclusions:
|Pearyn seems to be interested in purses|
|Small clutches- well - mommy's small clutches to be exact|
|It's official. She's a TOTAL girl.|
She's kind of obsessed with crayons, as in has to hold all of them at one time in each hand and refuses to put them down, even though it's incredibly difficult to control any of them. Oh, and she's really pumped about her Spongebob coloring book too.
|You have to concentrate extra hard when you're trying to color with four crayons at once|
And sometimes you have to taste them to make sure they work OK ...
But if mommy says 'no' then we just throw a little tantrum.
I can't wait until she figures out how to use her words to describe her feelings instead of her actions.
Then again, I know a few adults myself who have yet to learn this talent.
Fingers crossed :)