She is still into computer games as well-on the Nook, the iTouch, and the computer. She can't use the mouse on the computer so she has to convince me, Selena or Floyd to do them for her, but she is a master at the touch devices.
Her and Selena seem to be getting along better. I think Allie is grasping Selena's imaginative play better and is more willing to play the roles Selena assigns, or offer up alternatives. A few months ago she just seemed to cry if Selena told her to do something she didn't want to, or she'd ignore Selena and somehow "ruin" Selena's game, which made Selena cry. There is still plenty of fighting and peskiness between the two, but there also seems to be longer periods of playing happily. :)
Allie is a great eater. She cheers when I make soup and begs to eat more eggs in the morning.
The sun came out today (amazing!) and she says, "It's so beautiful." I laughed and she says, "Don't laugh. I just said it's beautiful." I told her I agreed with her and I was laughing because what she said made me happy.
I had a first recently. It was the first time I had to deal with a child who cut their own hair. Allie decided to feather her bangs. Fortunately she left enough that it did sort of blend in. Her hair is kind of all over the place anyway. Oh well.
Allie drew this picture of me. Then she asked Selena to help, so Selena drew the small head and smiley face. But I think Allie's original intent, based on what she described to me while she was drawing, was that the big circle is my head and the line across it is my mouth.