What a little smartypants!(and she is SO cute..)
Yeah, the cuteness knocks *my* socks off! By the time she starts 1st grade she'll be reading the classics, jeesh!
Wow...always impressive, Kyla.Easton is on my lap clearly impressed too. He knows she *shouldn't* be able to read so he had the funniest look on his face as she read one of his favorite books.Yay!
Go KayTar! I love it when Pumpkinpie "reads" (not quite there yet) books to me. I'm just gonna bust when she really gets it. You must be so damn proud!
Aren't children the most amazing little bundles of wonder you've ever encountered?Incredible.
She is so smart - just like her mom. And holy cow, I've read that book so many times - B never gets bored with it.
Smart girl, AND her speech is getting so much clearer!
Too cute. :)
Seriously, I love that kid =)
Beautiful! This is one of Jack Jack's favorite books too. Maybe I will let KayTar read to him later.
Oh man, she knocks my socks off, too.
She's great!! Not only cute, but very smart too!!PJ
She is so complex! I can see (hear) the echolalia (I'm totally not spelling that correctly, but you know what I mean,) but then it is pretty clear she is reading the words - so she repeats things, but also takes initiative. Smartie, indeed. I keep thinking she is much older than she actually is.
That is so awesome. My socks are clear across the room. ;)
She is awesome!I was just reading up on your previous posts and I am sorry to hear of her light sensitivity issues, but I see that she got out yesterday and had some fun. I hope things are getting better.
Wow, Kyla -- she is adorable and obviously (to use use Pynchon's phrase) she is a BABY GENIUS.Nice to hear your voice on this, too :-)
That makes me smile! How completely awesome...
That is just amazing!!She has come so far since I last saw her Kyla!!! I know I say this alot, but I am just so happy and thrilled for you and Kaytar!
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