Megan loves her friends. She wants to have people around all the time and at 5.5 years old she will play with 2 year olds, 10 year olds, or teenagers. Oh, and she leads the play at all times. I don’t know if this is a good thing or a bad thing.
Megan has been playing tennis since birth…I exaggerate…since she was three. She takes it very seriously and gets upset when she does not win the game at the end if the session. Tennis is such a wonderful sport that she will be able to play forever and it has taught her great listening skills as well as sport skills.
When she is tired, Megan rubs her blankie and asks for milk. She could be running at 500 miles per hour, but when she asks for “pinkie and milk” you know she is done.
Megan is in the 100th percentile, off the charts in everything…height, weight, shoe size, everything. When she meets new people they assume she is in third grade (she will start kindergarten in the fall).
And she dresses like an 80’s girl with her shorts over her leggings…kind of hilarious!
I could and would hang out with Megan all day long. She is great company and we have awesome conversations. She is very insightful, intuitive, and smart beyond her years. I hope we always have a close relationship and she knows she is my favorite girl. Always.