Miss L is very funny-- everything is a huge joke.
She's extremely expressive and communicative, non-verbally (gestures, signs, screeches, etc.) and verbally (I mean-- she only has 4 "for sure" words, but she is rapidly working on about a dozen more-- just remains to be seen if she'll continue to use them every day). She is very clear on likes and dislikes, and has been sorta on a "potty strike," so best believe she tells you when she doesn't want to potty! (Seems to be coming out of this a bit, though.) Definitely throws baby tantrums if you don't give her enough transition time or just pick her up without warning her (but we pretty much always have done that, so I don't know if it's chicken or egg).
Ummm.... Loves books! And cats and dogs-- sadly, we had to put our kitty down recently, and we can't/shouldn't get any more, as DH (world's biggest pet lover) is asthmatic and pretty allergic.
Likes pretty much any food, so far, though broccoli remains a fave.
She is running now, so she is go-go-go, but I figure that's pretty much par for the course for a "pre-toddler" or whatever she is, LOL. "High-energy."
BIG into dancing and music. Bobs her head and shakes her booty.
Loves loves loves the outdoors and being on Mama's back or Daddy's side. But does ask to be put down a lot now, too.
I think her only dislike is when we take away something dangerous or disgusting away from her, LOL... Well, that and the car, but that's gotten worlds' better.
She puts everything in her mouth, which I thought was typical, but my BFF said her oldest really wasn't like that. Mine? EVERYTHING. IN. THE. MOUTH. Mouth first, ask later.
Probably her most distinctive personality trait is how incredibly extroverted she is. I'm pretty extroverted, but also need some alone time (maybe b/c I was raised by introverts and was an only child the first 10 years of my life). DH is fairly extroverted, too, but... This kid! If she's overtired, cranky, out of sorts, clingy? The thing to do is to take her to a party full of strangers! (No lie-- it's happened more than once that we have said, "Ugh, baby is freaking out and we have to make an appearance at X event. Let's get in and out as quickly as possible." And then she's loving it for hours.)
Now-- don't get me wrong-- she won't just "go to anyone" right away or anything... But if she's in a crummy mood, she becomes soooo much calmer and happier when she's around a bunch of people. And she loves the camera, even though we only take her photo a couple times a week.
I'm sure I could think of more....