Georgie really likes to be crafty with me. Well, she likes it whether she's with me or not, and I would venture a guess that she likes it more WITHOUT me because I don't inhibit her creative expressions.
Georgie also really likes vowels. She goes around singing every day "A-EE-AHH-OH-OOO" I am thinking she is trying to say "E-I-E-I-O" from Old McDonald had a farm. Also, when she is looking through her books, she likes to point to specific letters and say "A" or "I" for almost every one of them.
Yesterday, when my back was turned, she got into some of my American Crafts Thickers, which are pretty much thick letter stickers, and started pasting them to her body. Since she was only in her diaper, she had plenty of canvas to work with. I found it interesting the letters she chose. She stayed away from those pesky consonants and went right for the vowels, which were scattered through the page, incidentally. She especially favored the Y's. (Not a vowel, you say? I beg to differ. All through school, I learned that vowels were A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes Y. ) Apparently, she likes to root for the underdog. Either that, or she is brilliant beyond her years.