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she is real cute :)
Where`s my Good Morning America segment? :|
Sucks to be you.
"lmao prime, agua was one of my first words too :P"
blow it up*extends fist and anticipates you "dabbing" and then extending your fingers making it seem like our fist blew up
"I guess people are very easily distracted from the true baby geniuses like you and me."
And, catlikegrace, I remember when I first started reading too. It was while my sister was reading "There`s A Monster At The End Of This Book" featuring Grover from Seasame Street. I started reading it myself and realized I recognized the words. So to test me my sister gave me "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" by Dr. Seuss and told me to try reading it. It was a bit harder, but I could do it. I had just turned 4.
The kid`s amazing. You are not the kid.
I could play with pudding by the age of 6 months. Doesn`t everyone just LOVE to brag about themselves?
But only in a few things.He didn`t know what a spirit bear was, or that it was a kind of bear.
And a few other crappy things that don`t matter.
I . . Have a feeling. . . He`s right . . behind me.
It`s like all those kids in the spelling bees - wow, you can spell everything that others just use a spell check for - useful!
...this kid may be able to read but at most she`ll have a head-start on her vocabulary. HArdly gonna get her a better job
Wow, it`s amazing that you can remember things from when you were a baby. :O I have no clear recollection of my life until about 3-4 years. Just bits.Or maybe I`m just not a baby genius like you.
Children can do a lot of parents started treating them like adults.
My mom didn`t want to buy me diapers. I was potty-trained by the year.
My sister would always say "agua" to me over and over again.I learned to speak within 5 months, made sentences in between 5-6 months.Spoke well by 2 years.
I`d start my kid on the same language learning plan those parents are using. More communication, less whining frustration.
Far better than that, too.
I guess what makes it different, is that most people don`t try to educate their kids. These people obviously have spent time with their child, and tried to teach her how to read. Also, not talking in baby talk can help a child to talk and communicate earlier. That crap women do, "aw ish a wittle bayyybeeeeeee awent yew!! yesh yew ahhhr!" Well, they learn language that way, and it can slow development considerably.
whatever. Gifted though. But no one cares.
It`s good she can sound them out too :D
though i will agree. things like this do show extreme cognitive development, though little kids about a year old are friggin sponges. most little kids could read or do maths at that age with the right parenting. so kudoos to those parents. they are doing something right, thats for damn sure.
I couldn`t read until I was 5, but I read the first 4 Harry Potter books by myself when I was 6. (seriously)
All evens out in the end.
And yea, ne028, totally unnecessary.
This is very impressive, but I agree with Bekll. Is all this really necessary?
I am now a Grammarian and writer.
Ajikan, could YOU read at that age? )-|
But she`s such a little cutie. :)