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21 Months

Mom: Mataya, you are 21 months old!

M(ataya): I know! And I love being a big girl.

Mom: What are some of the big girl things you are doing?

M: Well, I like to put on shoes and pick out my own clothes. I also really like to have bow in my hair. I like to look at books and "read" the stories. I also really like to sing sons like "Twinkle Twinkle Little Start" and "Jesus Loves Me."

Mom: What are your other favorite things to do?
 M: I love to go outside. I want to go outside all of the time and I DO NOT want to come back in. I love to roll in the snow, pick up snow chunks, try to crawl up hills and then slide down on my bottom. I also really like to go to the barn with Daddy and give the cows grain. I go and get my boots to let you know that I want to go outside.

Mom: I am happy that you like to be outside, but sometimes it is difficult when it is so cold. Summer will be nice and I think we will spend a lot of time outside. How is the talking going?
M: I have a lot to say and I like it so much when you can understand what I am saying. And I like to count as well.

Mom: What do you like to eat?

M: I love yogurt and cheese. I also really like apples, peaches and bananas. Supper is not my favorite meal at all, but I would really like to have some dessert.


Mom: I know you would like dessert, but you really need to eat your supper first. Well, I better let you take a nap so you have energy to back outside later.

M: Okay, Mom!

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