My baby turned 3. She's officially what the parenting magazines refer to as a "preschooler." That's just crazy.
I decided to interview my very talkative Amara, and here are some of her responses.
food- Japanese food
thing- an animal
dinosaur- long neck
book- dinosaur sticker book (thanks Aunt Doralee!)
Tell me a joke:
Ummm, Japanese food.
Japanese food who?
Japanese food in a flower.
~interview ends as she runs off to play.
Amara is an absolute joy to have in our family! She gives us so many reasons to smile. She's still a thumb-sucker and she is very attached to her ratty old blue blanky she's embraced since birth. Steve noticed how big Amara's "sucked-on" thumb is compared to her other one. Instead of discouraging her from thumb-sucking, he encourages her to suck the other thumb. Amara's birthday fell on a Sunday this year. She had a little celebration here at home and one later when we visited family in Utah Valley. She is so very loved.