Reid has such a great vocabulary and it seems that her pronunciation is getting clearer and more regular every day. There are still some words that she uses that are hard to distinguish sometimes, though. This morning Reid built a fort out of pillows for CareB to play in. She said to me, “Look, Mama, a *#;+(indistinct)”. I had a couple of guesses as to what she had said but have forgotten them because of her response chased them away. Reid said “a barn for animals.” This represents a jump in her language skills, I think. Previously, she has repeated the word we didn’t understand over and over, sometimes with increasing frustration and volume. I like playing amateur linguist. Reid is a great “specimen” to study ;+)
Could you say that again, please?
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