Kinley is transforming from a snuggly baby caterpillar to an awesome big girl butterfly right before my very eyes. I can't believe how fast she is growing and changing. It seems like she comes up with new tricks every day. This week she has started "singing."
I already told you about our obsession with the Frozen soundtrack, right? Well, not only does she swing her arms around and twirl the moment she hears the opening bars of Do You Want To Build A Snowman?, but she also clicks her tongue like a ticking clock at the exact perfect time when Anna is singing about "watching the hours tick by."
She "sings" along with the radio when we run errands and claps her hands and busts a move when she hears any of her favorite tunes--everything from Pharrell to Blake Shelton to the theme song for Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood (sing it with me, mommas--RIDE ALO-ONG.) I may be a tad biased, but I'm pretty sure SuperBaby is the most fun baby in the history of ever.
And, not only does she sing, but she now knows a whole bunch of animal sounds (including spitting like a camel,) likes her toenails to be painted, can work her play dough tools like a champ, knows how to make her Dora Power Wheels 4-wheeler go, runs like a track star to the nearest muddy puddle when my head is turned, and gives a million hugs and kisses when she's in trouble because she knows I can never stay mad after all of those. She's so rotten these days, and so. Dang. Cute.
Our suncatcher flowers had finally faded to gray (literally) so I broke out the contact paper and tissue paper squares and got to work making a brand-new, beautiful, big-girl-butterfly window project.