"Put the dummy there, just in case I need it"
While watching what looked like a rather fun art activity with a tennis ball, paint, and a lot of newspaper on CBeebies: "Do that tomorrow please"
"Poo in the potty, no, pee in the potty, yes!"
When I had to brake suddenly: "Going too fast Mummy!"
When H and I were both cuddling her and pretending to eat her ears: "Silly Mummy! Silly Daddy!"
"Going to the park, Mummy, Daddy, Junior and Pob all together!"
"Go to the park soon, after sleep"
She is taking great care with pronunciation, particularly when there are two consonants together, so "sleep" is pronounced "sur-leep", "plan" is "pur-lan" etc.
September and October have been full of parties for her friends, so now every time she puts on a dress she says: "Party, Mummy?" And once, in the playground, rather wistfully "No party today, Mummy?" I think I will throw a little Chanukah party for her to keep up the party experience.