As I've written before, you've taken a big leap in learning new stuff at around two years old. For long time you've been counting to three, but just recently you've started to count longer, up to 10. It's still a little random (1, 2, 3, 6... etc.) but from what I've read kids at your age don't really understand the concept of counting to more than 3 anyway so I guess that is to be expected.
"ABC" by Fei
You also know a few letters, at least A, B and C. We haven't really tried to teach you these so you probably picked them up from TV or something, but I've noticed recently you can correctly recognize at least these letters, as well as F, E and I, probably even more. The same as with numbers, it's more of a curiosity than anything else at this age and I don't plan on trying to teach you to read just yet... but excellent job anyway!
You love to draw, and in my opinion you're pretty good at it! It's not obvious if you're left- or right-handed just yet (I'm leftie and your mom is right-handed so we're curious to find out!) as you keep drawing and eating with either hand with no clear favorite.
In any case you clearly think of what you want to draw, and every picture is totally different. You like to use colors, but you don't seem to understand the difference between red, green and blue so we're slightly concerned if you can see the colors correctly. I guess it could be normal too, time will tell. You basically call each of those colors "green", even though you correctly use the words "black" and "brown".
"Choo-choo -train" by Fei
The picture on the left is a train, which you drew today. You worked on this drawing particularly carefully, starting by creating nice, almost perfect circles. You had been playing with trains before drawing this, but I didn't realize you're actually going to draw a train.
In fact, I thought you're just having fun drawing lines... silly me! I thought it looked pretty cool so I decided to scan the picture and post it online. When I showed you the scanned picture on the computer, you immediately very happily said "Oh, choo-choo!", which is what you call a train!
One thing is for sure - you love learning. Sometimes you seem frustrated and in a bad mood, but mostly it seems it's because you want to do something you cannot yet do. Or you want to say something but you don't know how to.
Your mom said two years of age is known are "trouble two" because kids are starting to get more difficult at that age (you heard her say that and started repeating "trouble two-two... trouble two-two", laughing in between as if you understood what she meant). However, what we've seen so far makes us feel it's mostly just because the mind goes faster than the body. You think a lot more than you can do, and because of this you tend a need a lot of attention all the time to get the message through.
You love going through books when mom or I teach you new words. Every day you seem to learn several new words, and you have a surprisingly good memory with them. You also pick up new words from talking, so you obviously understand a lot even though you cannot talk much. Recently you've also started using simple phrases rather than just single words, which is really cool. I can't wait to hear what you really have to say!