Tinsleigh is an outgoing and loving child. She also loves to talk. She may play shy at first, but it doesn't take long for her to warm up. Then when Tinsleigh starts to tell a story about her day, and no matter what it is the story is about, she always puts emotion when telling a story. Tinsleigh's emotions can get so intense that she will start talking so fast you no longer can understand the words separately. Tinsleigh is a whole lot of personality in a very tiny person.
A three-year-old can have so many hobbies, and every one of those hobbies has an attention span between 10-20 minutes. As her mom, I can't say she has "hobbies", but I do know the things she loves to do. Singing, dancing, coloring, learning, playing outside, she loves to ride with her dad in his hotrod, plays T-ball, playing dress-up, and so much more. Just recently Tinsleigh pretends to be a teacher and will openly talk to her "students". She is just full of imagination.
Tinsleigh's talents are being able to adapt. Tinsleigh is playing T-ball, and before we get her dressed in her uniform she will tell us she doesn't want to play ball. She will even mention she doesn't want to play ball as we walk onto her field, but as soon as her coach gets her attention, and directs her to catch the ball, throw the ball, go to bat, run the bases, Tinsleigh's "I don't want to play ball" has turned into her being all in and she is playing the game.
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