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I thought I would write a post dedicated to Rosa. She is turning into a delightful little girl.
First of all she is just soooo beautiful. I know every mother thinks her daughter is gorgeous, but mine actually is! She holds herself with such elegance and poise. Her hair is like finely spun threads of gold, with several colours running through it.
Her smile lights up my world. She smiles a lot. She is so happy and so full of joy. She takes pleasure in so many things.
She often disappears into a world of make believe. She has the cutest little conversations with herself, or she puts them to a tune and makes up a song. They often make me giggle with their subject matter. I can hear myself and my phrases coming out in the role play. Sometimes it makes me stop and think about what I do actually say to her.
She is a good girl. She is rarely naughty, and even then it never seems to be with malice. She does like to take things and hide them away. I have lost several items to my little magpie. She goes mad for jewellery and nail varnish. I bought her some of that peel off nail varnish and we enjoy a moment together whilst I paint it on.
If you ask her what her favourite colour is, she will tell you ‘pink, and sparkly pink’. She loves dresses, shoes and handbags, princesses, ponies, fairies and animals. She is every stereotype you could ever come up with. She loves it all, and she craves it.
At nursery and playgroup she is popular with both the teachers and her peers. I had a parents evening the other day and her teacher told me she regularly throws tea parties, and everyone is invited! She is everyone’s friend, and likes to include anyone that wants to be included. Her teacher congratulated me on making an ‘awesome kid’ (she is American)
This week she passed her level 3 swimming qualification! Pretty much a whole year ahead of Charlie. She is amazing in her swimming lessons. She listens, absorbs and applies each instruction. She is very strong willed and hates any kind of support from the teacher, insisting she does it herself. He thinks she may end up as Prime Minister one day, and I wouldn’t put it past her 😉
She loves to read books. Every evening she climbs into my lap and we read stories together. She likes to interrupt and ask lots of questions…which if she just carried on listening, she would probably hear the answer to :p
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