Her hand and eye coordination has also improved a lot. She can now catch something if you throw it to her and she can throw better as well.
She has now also figured out how to use the computer by herself. She can use the mouse to click on stuff and drag it. She can even use the scrolly button to scroll a web page. She mostly plays on the starfall website or the Super Why and can do most of the games on them without help. I'm proud of her, but am not completely sure if this is a good thing or not.
She is getting better and better at writing. She almost knows how to spell her name without help. I've seen her do SELE before she asks for help and the letters are getting in the right order and facing the right way more often.
We went to camping, to the Evergreen State Fair, and blackberry picking and she had a lot of fun. Her favorite parts of camping were riding the ferry, and making smores. She enjoyed the rides and playing in the farming maze at the fair.
Lately she has been in a phase where she keeps asking if I love her or Allie. It is really annoying because she asks it at least 20-30 times a day. I keep saying I love you both or ignoring the question. Then she'll say I have to love only one. She'll also ask if I love her when she does bad things and I say I do. I love her no matter what. Well to balance all this annoyingness she was playing with Allie and Allie smacks her, so she tells Allie to not hit and then says, "Even though you hit me Allie I still love you," and my heart melted. :) She has also been very helpful in figuring out what Allie wants when she is crying. In the car she'll give Allie snacks, she watches for when Allie drops things in the stroller. On my sleep-in-day apparently Allie was crying and saying Mama so Selena comes in (thankfully right about when I wanted to get up) and says, "Allie is crying and calling your name." So she's looking out for her little sister, at least some of the time.