I love watching her imagination come alive. She is often talking with her dolls and to herself and will make up stories about what they are doing. One day she set up a crib and bed for her duckie and said time to go to bed (I was watching this whole thing) and then she walked out of the room and reached her hand up towards the top of the doorway and said "I'm locking the door" and then closed it. (what's funny about this is we often check for the key before locking her door - I'm guessing she saw this motion and assumed it had something to do with locking the door). Then she proceeded to walk in and out of the room because duckie kept movie and she kept having to tell him to go to sleep (ha! wonder where she learned that!). It was absolutely adorable.
Other than that she continues to love coloring, playing with play dough, doing puzzles, and as of recently jumping on our trampoline (more pictures to come on that!) She also loves playing in the pool or bath... we spend a lot of time in the water. And when I'm not reading to her, she loves sitting and looking through her books on her own. She continues to talk up a storm and I am amazed at the words she picks up- today she pulled out some breast pads I had tucked away from when I was first nursing Hank and she said "these are humongous!"... I laughed, and then realized how cool it was that she used that word and used it in the right context.
And now - a recent video I took one morning. Please excuse the blue mouth - we were having blueberries for breakfast. She started singing a veggie tale song one day and I just couldn't resist taping it. There is nothing sweeter than hearing your baby girl sing "Praise be the Lord"!