Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Princesses


Because every girl really is one. Thanks, Shelley, for the new dresses. Who knew dresses that light up could bring such happiness! Blessing does put them on, but she quickly sheds them (my little sensory-challenged child). However, Charity announced that she could not practice ballet with she and Grace if she did not have on a beautiful dress. I can not tell you what glee it brought me to hear my child who only spoke in grunts about a year ago quickly retort that she most certainly DID have on a dress. I'm pretending, she said. "If you can't see it, you no good pretender!" How's that for language skills? Of course you'd probably need me to interpret, but all those words were there!


By the way, I read a very beautiful conversation between mother and her child with CP. Click if you're interested.

5 comments:

deepfriedpicklesandicecream said...

I zoned in on sensory issues-is she on a Sensory diet?

3 little princesses.So sweet.I am no good pretender too!

Shelley said...

I am glad they like them, and my mom is equally glad you wanted them, so they are out of the playroom over there, lol!

chickadee said...

i love her imagination.

Maury said...

If you can't see it, you are not good pretender....that is absolutely hilarious!!!!! I LOVE it!!

Naomi said...

I'm guessing she's about 3... you gotta love their way of communicating and their "quick!- write-that-down" sentences. We went through a puddle this morning. Sam, who's almost 3 said "Mum, yook at dat, it's 'BIGNORMOUS'!" Love it!