Bug is growing by leaps and bounds. She is saying so many words and doing so much more now that it's hard to believe that she's the same Bug as a few months ago. I forgot how quickly little ones change at this age. It seems like you have a different child every time they wake up in the morning. How sad that it goes so quickly.
One thing Bug has been doing a lot more of is playing. She will chase the girls around trying to get them or find them and then tickle them. It is too much fun to see her eyes sparkle as she plays with the "big girls." If they aren't paying attention to her, she will stand on a toy or book or something and start yelling, "Guys" until they all look. Then she will just cackle and cackle. Her smile and laughter are infectious.
The other things she is doing is when the girls are chasing her she will run to someone with her arms up and giggle. When they pick her up she climbs up them until she is wrapped around their neck and she buries her face in their neck and wiggles; laughing all the while. It is too much fun and has distracted us for several days now. We each want a chance to chase her and be the one that she wraps her arms around!
She has learned to say "Sorry" with sign and the word while giving a hug and a kiss. Too precious. She is just talking up a storm and is pleased with herself when she gets her point across with words. Her eyes light up and she gets excited when we understand her. The light bulb is on and burning brightly and I am honored to see it. That is one of my favorite things to witness with little ones. Seeing the understanding dawn in their little eyes and minds. What a gift.