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Meadow @ 5 Years


Meadow loves to read books, Wonder Woman and all superhero women, creating things out of paper and playing in the water.

We recently went to her second movie theater, movie. Of course it was Teen Titans Go! to the Movies.

 She's starting to get into chapter books and loves the Rainbow Fairy series.

I had read books to her almost every night for the past five years. Now it seems that Brooke and Meadow are getting into chapter books at bed.

She has also gotten braver with swimming, but still won't go down water slides or get her face wet.

I think going to Lake Harriet and wadding pools all summer really helped. I even got her to like fishing a bit.

She's getting better at talking to people.

This is still a work in progress, but it's OK to get to know someone before showing trust.

She still likes staying up late and sleeping in.

That's going to have to change soon. Kindergarten is coming.


Here are Meadow's answers this year. 

How old are you? Five
What is your favorite color? Purple
What is your favorite animal? Um ant, flamingos, pink flamingos 
What is your favorite book? Pete the Cat
What is your favorite TV show? DC Super Hero Girls
What is your favorite movie? Elsa, Elsa, Elsa, Elsa and Anna
What is your favorite song? Jenny Lewis
What is your favorite food? Um Mac and Cheese! Because I love mac and cheese
What is your favorite drink? Um hmm hmm. Lemonade!
What is your favorite breakfast food? Waffles
What is your favorite snack? Um gummies!
What is your favorite outfit? Um Elsa!
What is your favorite game? Toca Blocks. That's my favorite game because I get them stuck and I get them to jump and run and climb and fly. 
What is your favorite toy? Legos!
Who is your best friend? Simone!
What is your favorite thing to do? Play with you (mama)
What is your favorite thing to do outside? Jump rope
What is your favorite holiday? Christmas! I love Christmas because we get to open presents. 
What do you like to take to bed with you at night? Coco Fairy!
Where is your favorite place to go? To Grandpa and Grandma's house!
What is your favorite restaurant? Um ice cream shoppe. Ice cream shops are restaurants because they have food too. 
Where do you want to go on vacation? Camping with Olive and June again. 
What do you want to be when you grow up? Everything. I want to work at a cafe, construction sites and be a baby doctor. 
What did you do on your birthday? I don't remember. Don't remember. (Didn't you go to Bay Beach?) I remember going there, but I don't remember being there. 

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