Yea...that one. She. is. a. HOOT!
There are so many days when I think "what a ding-dong." She can be so silly as she dances to the sink to wash up after a meal, or singing her ABC's, or telling Daddy not to eat her pancake (just this morning). Since she was very tiny we knew she was hilarious (see above). As I type this she is wandering around the living room with her blanket over her head, holding "Walter" the stuffed dog licking his nose.
But she is also so incredibly smart. She knows a lot of shapes, all of her capital letters and most of the lowercase, loves to read, she can count items up to ten, can talk in 5+ word sentences, and is daytime potty-trained (still diapers during naps and bedtime). Not intentionally tooting my/her horn here but I am just so proud of her! It's wonderful, especially as a teacher, to know that my child shares in my love of learning at such an early age.
I am sure I will have some good stories about her to tell in the month to come so watch out!
P.S. She just started pulling out her "shapes" (K'Nex made into 2D and 3D shapes by Daddy), grabbed one and said "twapazoid pwism." Did I mention both her parents and grandmother are Math teachers? Next step: Calculus! :)