My smarty, she spells

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I know every mom thinks their kid is a prodigy, but how lucky am I that I have two?  Yes, I’m bragging.  Yes, I’m proud!

For about a week, she’s been spelling her name.  Sometimes, she asks for reminders, other times, she just rattles it off like it’s no big deal.  She’s recognizing the letters of the alphabet and likes to tell us when she sees letters while we are out and about.

So, since we’re (meaning me) focusing on the youngest, here she is in her glory, spelling her name like it’s no big deal!

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16 Comments

  1. Christine Roosa (@biochemtine) says:

    awesome!!! And I love the little tiny Georgia accent.

    1. Both girls can lay it on really thick when they want to…it’s pretty funny!

  2. grandma Pat says:

    She speaks so clearly and is so darn stinking cute.

  3. Good for her. We have been working on name spelling here too but so far no luck.

    1. It seriously happened one day, just poof, she could do it! I bet one day, your kiddos will do the same!

  4. She didn’t even pause or think a bit. She knows those letters well! Go N!

  5. How precious!! I can only imagine your excitement.

    Also, what code or plug in or what-cha-call-it thing did you do to get the little networking “Recent post” link after someone comments? I love it! How handy!

    Kindness is the best accessory,
    Rebecca

    1. It’s called Comment Luv, I’m not sure if you can use it on blogger..I don’t remember.

  6. Her voice is so cute! And very clear for a lil girl. She sure is a prodigy, and please feel free to brag to us. Where else would you be able to brag but to your fellow mom friends. I have not focused on spelling with Camille, its mostly reading and recognizing the words. I dont think she will have a problem with spelling since she can read a book well.

    1. I’ve always stressed helping them say words correctly. Just a thing, so I’m glad you think it’s so clear!

      She’s now recognizing letters, but not words (except her name), but I bet if you practiced it a bit, Camille would do it, too.

      (BTW, I’ve only helped her when she asks. I think they’ve been working on it at school!)

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