Friday, April 10, 2009

Picture book...

Here's a little video of Lauren "reading" her picture book with Baba. She can't really identify the pictures yet, but she loves to repeat the words as we read them. Some of the words like "apple", "juice", "shoes", and "milk" she's been saying a lot lately, but others she is learning from her book...

13 comments:

Julia said...

She has the sweetest voice! I so miss this stage, thanks for sharing her reading with us. :-)

Diana said...

She is so Sweet!! I love listening to her talk. I am amazed at how well she is speaking. I just SMILE each time I read a new post from you..I am so happy for both of you:)

Jacquie said...

I just love her sweet little voice. I tell ya Donna, your little girl has stolen my heart. I can only imagine what you as her mom must feel!

Isabella's Mommy and Daddy said...

Lauren is tooo cute..
Love how she says Apple..
she is really doing well..
Have a great 1st Easter...

Lisa and Tate said...

What a smart girl! Love hearing that sweet voice. Happy first Easter with Lauren.

Aubrey said...

Hello, I love reading your blog and your daughter is so beautiful. She is so smart as well. Happy Easter to your family.

Special K said...

Oh my gosh... that was so sweet it made my heart flutter a little. She's such a beautiful girl.

Wanda and Geoff said...

Ahhh... so sweet! I love Laurens sweet voice! She is a precious little beauty!

wanda

OziMum said...

OMG! That is so darn cute!!! She speaks SO well!!! You have a genius on your hands there!!!

PS I just noticed our "tari day" was exactly one month after "lauren day"!!!

Sophia's Mama and Baba said...

She is doing GREAT! how sweet is her voice... Adorable...

Susan, Matt, Mia said...

That was so cute. Some of the words she really got. I loved green, apple and she kept coming back to juice.

Susan

Christi and Abbey said...

Oh, hearing her little voice was great! You all are doing such a great job with her. She is a dream come true. You endured and you got your baby!!

Scott and Kim said...

Wow, Lauren's little voice is sooo sweet! It may be hard to imagine, but in another year it will be non stop talking, which is also very sweet.