The laughter of your child is something that is difficult to put into words. In hopes of not over complicating things, her laughter is simply, divine. My favorite is when she tosses her head back and has a hefty chuckle as if she has heard that one a million times. The sound of her giggle is infectious and it makes every long tiring day turn around to be the best day ever. I want to eat her up sometimes I am not sure I can hold myself back so I hug and squeeze her and call her Lydia.
She has new dance moves every day. Last night she kept pushing the button to her weeble house to get to the dance music tune and she would stick her hands in the air and her butt out and bounce. One time she crossed her arms and shook from side to side. There was little doubt that she was gifted before but now she is a musical savant too. Hopefully dual enrollment in Columbia and Julliard will be a reality by the time she is ready to be in college which I would say would be by 15 however, she isn't allow to leave home until she is 30. So we will see how that all works out.