Last week at school you learnt how to say "Bonjour" not sure that you know what it means but you came home saying it to me all afternoon.
Last week we started "Operation get Sienna to sleep back in her own bed". The First night was terrible, I think you were up at least 50-100 times and you cried most of the night, telling me you were scared and needed a cuddle. It was very hard but I persisted and kept taking you back to your room. I wanted to cry, and everyone wanted to kill each other by the morning. The 2nd night was much better and you only got up once. Every morning now you get a star on your reward chart for being a good girl. It's been nearly a week now and you are now waking me up saying "I'm a good girl mummy". For the past few nights you have only woken up a couple of times and have gone back to sleep quite easily so I think we are nearly there! I would love for you to be sleepin through the night soon. Next operation is "operation no nighttime nappy". We will probably wait for you to settle in to your new sleep pattern and get some sleep ourselves for the next few weeks.
This morning was another classic it was pretty dull and overcast when we woke up this morning not to mention early. You looked at the window and said "Mummy where's morning". Obviously you were waiting for the sun to come up as that is what you associate the morning with.
I am very glad to say that we now have No more tears before school, the mere mention of school used to reduce you into a mess of tears and now you happily skip out the door ready for your fun and games.
My favourite Sienna song lyrics at the moment to are to Jingle Bells and Row Row Row your boat. You have replaced the lyrics with "oh what fum it is to ride on a slope en slope en sleigh" and
"Life is butter dream".
I do love your sense of humour and witty personality you love to be the centre of attention and you know when you are being funny and play the role of the joker whenever you can.