P started singing this week. I found it curious that she known words to songs but wouldn’t sing. She would only talk the words. Well, this week she’s singing. She started imitating me singing “la la la la la” and then started singing the “1,2,3,4” song by Feist on Sesame Street. “One, two, three, four, … Continue reading She’s Singing!
P’s latest phrase: “Pappa(or whoever it may be) where are you? I’m right here.” It cracks me up every time she says it. She’ll call all her animals and toys one by one when she’s trying to find them. Continue reading More Sentences
My mother came to visit back in June. It was the turning point for me to really start working on P’s Spanish. I was born in Bogota, Colombia. I am fluent in English and Spanish. My husband only speaks English so it can be hard to speak to P in Spanish. It’s not his fault. … Continue reading English/Spanish
P can say quite a few words now. She’s hit a point where she’s learning about 2-3 a day. It’s amazing. What I find really amazing is that even though she regularly uses some words like Pappa and eat she can’t say more than one word at a time. So, she can’t say: “Pappa eat”. … Continue reading One word at a time