E is full of interesting conversation these days. Her vocabulary is huge, and she just loves to engage people on ANY topic...and I mean this girl will talk about anything. She does know the difference between pretend and reality, but she will mix them willy-nilly without telling you which is which.
This is a word for word transcript of what she said to me yesterday afternoon...actually she said it half to me and half to herself, and she sang some of it.
E: My toe hurts. It's slivered and scattered.
Me: Really? That sounds bad.
E: Then I got a ouchy. That's how it cracked ouchy-ess. It's blooding out.
Me: Oh, my!
E: That's how the team works. You just talk about it. (Singing) It's in my toe, it's in my toe! It's tired. Have you ever seen a bear? Baa baa black sheep, have you any wool?
Then today my little Baby m started acting like a big boy. He now signs milk, more, fish, finished, and please. Earlier in the day he said his first sentence...shut up, I'm counting it as a sentence. When I went into his room after his nap, he looked at me and said, "Uh-oh." Then he very purposefully pointed to his chuchi laying on the floor. I translated it as "Mommy? I dropped my chuchi. Can you please get it for me?" And he's only just a year old! :)