One example...we were in the car and she started using a loud, frustrated voice, saying "NECKLACE, NECKLACE, NECKLACE". Like usual I said, in a very calm voice, "Lila, what about the necklace?". She responded with, "I would like the bracelet from Sue, mommy." Oh my goodness, was my first thought! This all happened in a matter of a minute and a half, which used to last 20 minutes! The "necklace"? Well, that is her first thought when wanting this amazing bracelet, so that is always where she begins. I knew where she was headed, but we need her to use the proper words. This is only one example of about 5 great sentences today, with no fits :-)
Matt's cousin Sue lives in San Diego, and we had the pleasure of spending time with her and her boys while we were there last week. Sue makes amazing hand made, semi-precious jewelry, and kindly made Lila a bracelet for her to remember San Diego, and the time she spent with her cousins :-) Lila takes pride in wearing the bracelet every day!
|Lila with her bracelet on! She loves it so much...wears it every day!|
Lastly, she had enough energy to go to school following PT, and took a two hour nap when she got home.
What a great day!!!!