There are just so many things Lorelai does that are way too precious. I know, I'm partial, but whatever. This is my blog, so I can be.
Here's my short off-the-top-of-my-head list for today:
~ When we're leaving, she will say "Pee Pow." For those of you who know me personally, you know I regularly say "peace out." Guess she's listening to me more than I thought!
~ If you ask her to repeat "more" or "please," she'll do it correctly all day long. If you ask her to put them together and say "more please," (or help please, or up please) she says "heh pee."
~ She can name over 30 animals, recognizes about 50 and produce the sounds they make. That's pretty cool to me. JD loves it when she says "meooooooooooowwwwww."
~ Even though I always joke that she's looking for a new mommy and daddy, she will sit on, hug, and kiss virtually anyone she meets. This is precious now, but I have to keep a close eye on her, because well....you know how this world is.
~ If Lorelai is watching tv or reading a book, she pretty much zones out. I can call her name, poke her in the arm, offer food; doesn't matter. She comes by it honestly, though. Her daddy has been known to do that more often than not. I don't think it's so precious when JD zones out, though.
~ She gets extremely excited when someone new walks in. And I do mean extremely excited. She does a little dance/scream that usually sends Rusty running.
~ If there is music within earshot, she will dance a little jig. I call it that simply because she looks like a little Irish step dancer.
~ Last, but not least, she loves to accessorize. She likes to put on her sunglasses ("gockies") upside down, MUST have a bow on at all times, needs to wear the right shoes with the right outfit and must wear the appropriate neckwear....
Mom's underwear. She tried to put them on and got her foot stuck, therefore stretching them out beyond being wearable again. So, around the neck is the next best option, right?