Edith is still having a hard time saying most of her 's'-with-another-letter combinations. I think the only one she says is 'sh'. (I'm a little bummed that she can say the letter 'v' now-- no more getting her to say 'wulture') Anyway, she came up to me this afternoon and said, "I want to 'leep with you. I want to 'nuggle."
While we were lying there I decided to work with her on saying those difficult combinations.
Me: "Edith, say sssleep."
Me: "Say sssss."
Me: "Now say sssssleep."
Edith: "Ssssss. Leep."
Me: "Okay, now put those together. Ssleep."
Me: "Yay! You did it!"
We then went through the same thing, trying to change 'nuggle to snuggle. When she was successful I once again cheered, "Yay! You did it!" and gave her a high five.
Then Edith says to me: "Say blue."
Edith: "Yay! You did it!"
Thanks for being supportive, Edith.
Edith then looked at the pillow we were resting our heads on and said: "Ssspillow."