I love how on Halloween evening I asked her if she wanted to change into her ladybug outfit and she said "No hank you", she then looked down at the shirt she was wearing, patted it and said "Nice butterflies". I love when she yawns during the day, she says "Not tired Mama, jus yawning". I love how she emphasises certain words, like "Love you SOOOO much", "ALLLL done" and "OHHHH dear". I love when she told me (many times) how she 'fall over' something last night and I wasn't getting it, she changed the wording and said, "Mama, I tipped (tripped) over it". I love how every night after supper she requests a "Tup a tea". I love when we're messing around with her, she will look at us with a grin and say "Jus doking (joking) Mama/Baba". I love when we were at the cash register in a shop today, (I was buying her a little tub of ice-cream scented play dough) she said "Hank you for duying it Mama", not once, but three times. I love how at night she prays, how she scrunchies up her eyes so tight and clasps her hands up to her chin while lying in her crib. I love everything about her little prayers which are mainly a repeat of what we say; praying for the little boys and girls in the orphanage that they will soon have Mamas and Babas and how she thanks God for her birth Mama. I love how she wants us all to hold hands at the supper table at night and then says "Circle" with the happiest smile on her face, and we tell her we're a family, we all love each other. I love how she tells me numerous times during the day that "Baba is worting hard". I love when I tell her to be careful, she returns the favour and says "Mama be tareful". I love when we're driving through our neighbourhood, she recognizes it and will say "Almost home Mama". I love how her words that are supposed to be pronounced with the letter c instead are pronounced with t, like tutting (cutting), tat (cat), tar (car), tootie (cookie), toklate (chocolate), tying (crying), toss (cross), tute (cute) and toat (coat). I love when she gets off the potty, each and every time she says "Mama so poud (proud) you".