At this age, Andrea fully understands whatever mom or dad says to her. She jabbers with lots of words but still they are unrecognizable. She can say, mommy, daddy, ball, baby (as she pronounces as “be-be?) and mama. If you ask her body parts she’ll point to the area that you are asking for. You can see facial expressions, body language and hands on motion whenever she speaks. She can also identify and imitate different kind of animals like, dog, cat, bird, and horse.

She wants to brush her teeth and do the same thing to her dolls. Andrea loves playing mom to her dolls. She knows to put a diaper on them and before that she’s keen on keeping them fresh like dabbing a powder and putting cologne and cream on her dolls. And whenever she has food she feeds them and wipe their mouth. What a great momsy to her dolls!

She’s a fast runner and dances too well and she loves to sing and hum. She wants to scribble on a paper and worst on the wall, a lovely graffiti with lots of colors. Almost all of the colors of the color pencil are being used; imagine all lines in a wall with different colors. Indeed, a work of art!

She loves to be of help to mom and dad. Ask for some things and she’ll give you the exact stuff like remote control for tv or anything familiar to her.

She wanted to jump but still can’t but everyday wrestling with her dad and now with an additional lesson on how to punch. And not to mention her horse back riding lesson (dad as her horse) which daddy Nath is thankful for a massage-like game from her little munchkin. She uses now a spoon and a fork, but still messy (quite understandable with her age) and drinks water from a glass.

She is a bookworm, every time you’ll see her with a book in hands and pretend that she’s reading. (Mind you the book is no longer upside down unlike before!) She’s on her mimicking stage, whatever she sees in us she’ll definitely follow suit and loves to pretend that she know everything.

One distinct character is her growing temper especially

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