It's the boring me with another post haha.
This time i want to write about something i feel, like very much in the inside.
In my school, i spend A LOT of time with kids aged 4-5, and i LOVE IT, they make me laugh, they love it when i play with them, always ask me to stay in their classroom, and i just have a lot of little pals there. But, there's 1 little girl, who we'll call "A" for her safety, and 2 little twin boys, who we'll call "C" and "Y" for their safety. So, A is one special little girl, she's bossy haha but always is making someone laugh, and before you leave, she always says "But first, a big kiss and a big hug". About C and Y, there's a lot of tenderness going on there, they are the youngest on their class, they have recently turned 3. They are total studs and i love them! And if they love you back, they will do this "Twin thing" with you and kiss you in the nose.
As i have spent so many time with them, i start to get a little bit sad, because Isa doesn't talk, and she's almost the same age as those kids. Sometimes, when im with them, i imagine it would be cool to go to get ice cream and being able to ask her what flavor she wants. But don't get me wrong, Isa is SUCH a communicator, if she is mad, she wont look at you and will refuse to play with you until her daddy comes to pick her up, and when she's saying goodbye, she will kiss everyone but will just wave to you. She is such a diva! When she's thirsty she says: "Agua" (Water in spanish) and that's how she gets it. She has her own body language, despite she can say many simple words, she prefers it with body language. If you ask her if she wants to listen to music she starts dancing and says: "Gaga" (Lady Gaga is her favorite artist, she loves all of her songs, and as im a big little monster too, no wonder where she got that from)
Last Friday, she was here, and i was having lunch in the kitchen after school and i was sitting in a chair, and Isabella was playing with other chair behind me. Isa started pulling out my chair to play with it too but i said: "No puedo darte mi silla por que o si no, ¿Donde me siento yo?" (I can't give you mi chair because, then, where would i sit?) and she brought the other chair back and simply said: "Aca" (Here) and my mom and i almost cried, is the first time EVER that she continues a sentence like that, without us asking her something or her saying the word out of nowhere!
And yes, every kid has their own capabilities and if she doesn't talk and they do, she can do a complete split and they can't. Im so proud of you, Isabella!