Yes, we're fully into dinos here too. Correcting pronunciation, WOW.
Seriously big central theme in Sol's play is people/animals being STUCK, NO PUEDE SALIR. Anything will eventually get "stuck" no matter what the play scenario. And she LOVES it if I suggest the "stuckness".
Another theme: Monsters.
Another thought about Sol: we've come to realize that every day, my beloved Laura brings her a treat of some kind. Since we as first time parents were REALLY strict that her babysitters not give her sweets (Amara is loving the relaxed, second-kid aspect of this) I'm not sure how it started, but I have to admit: I think it's cute, sweet, and loving.
When I was a kid, I wasn't allowed any sweets, to the point that it became a mild obsession for me which I would hide from my mom. She wasn't ridiculous about it, we did have things on occasions, but I was a budding eating disorder regardless. So much so that in fantasy play with my friend, we created a character called Fat Mom. She was the one who gave you all kinds of goodies, treats, said yes to your desires and basically spoiled you rotten. Everything my jazzercising mother was not, at the time, amplified by my being 11 years old.
Today Sol picked up a bushy cattail on her outing with Daddy, and when she brought it home she started sweeping, and pronounced to me that She was Laura, and I was Solie. "Solie? I got somfin for youuuu! *rummages in bag* Here. It's a lollipop." was the first thing she said. Then she swept with great dedication, all the christmas garland she had cut from the tree with scissors, for about a half hour, occasionally calling out to me to give me something from her bag--a pink cat, yo tengo muchos, several more pink cats...