So, I just put Playette on the bus to school.
The aide was all excited and said to me, "Yesterday, when we were on the bus, [Playette] told me, 'Good morning, Ms. Toni. How are you doing today?'"
My jaw dropped. Wow. That's FANTASTIC use of speech and something that I just haven't heard yet from my daughter.
I mean, she knows all of those things, but to string them together like that? Huge.
Just as I'm letting this all sink in and already trying to think of ways that we can get her to do this with people other than just Ms. Toni, the laughing started.
"I've been getting all the parents with this today! HAHAHAHA!"
Tell the parents of children with speech delays, and varying other disabilities, that their kids can speak...and well!
God, these people suck.
I've still been struggling with the private preschool thing, which is why I haven't shared the verdict.
But, well, this definitely adds one to the "Pro" column.