As Sarah has been reciting her alphabet more and more lately I have started to notice something rather cute and humorous while she is doing it.
It appears that when she speaks her letters in order, and gets to the letters L, M, N, O, P it appears that she sort of says them so quickly, jumbles them together, and kind of rushes through them that it sounds more like the words "Elmo P" than the letters in order.
It likely didn't help that I couldn't stop laughing at this that Sarah started doing it on purpose and now says her alphabet with this funny twist. She now giggles and chuckles when she gets to this part waiting to say Elmo P.
I have to say it is pretty awesome watching and listening to her learn her letters. On her laptop, for example, she has been successful at choosing the letter on the keyboard of what she sees on the screen and then saying it allowed.
What can I say? Sarah loves Elmo so now he's part of her alphabet for sure.
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