As I have mentioned before, Rylie talks very well. She has become quite the little chatterbox lately. I love how I can actually carry on a conversation with her. She talks in sentences and is usually very easy to understand.
The daycare puts out a basket of crackers by the front door for the kids to take when they leave in the evenings. Recently there have also been graham crackers in there, which Rylie calls “cookies”. Well since Rylie is one of the last ones there in the evenings, the graham crackers are usually long gone before she gets her turn at the basket. So this was part of our conversation last night:
Rylie: Rylie no get cookies, only crackers left.
Mommy: I know. We’ll have to ask Ms. Debbie to put some cookies in the basket for you tomorrow.
Rylie: Ms. Debbie, please put cookies in there for Rylie.
Sometimes I am just amazed with how well she communicates her thoughts. In our 5 minute ride from school to home, we usually talk about 3-5 different subjects. Last night she also told me about how she played with her friends that day (Ellie, Zara, Coley, Belebele and My), how she got to wear “undiewears”, and how Ms. Cheryl gave her a ponytail in her hair.
Oh and she was also so happy that Bryce went back to school yesterday, as soon as we walked in the door she started saying “Bryce feel all better. Bryce go back to school with Rylie.” She said it a few times to make sure that everyone knew Bryce was back.
I wonder if she talks her teachers’ ears off all day at school too?
She also loves to sing songs. “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” is her favorite. She knows the words and gets pretty animated when she sings it. She can sing “ABCs” too, but we have to go real slow. We’re still working on counting to 10. She will actually count objects and gets to 10, but still forgets the 8 all the time. She just does not like that number.
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