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July 5, 2001 - Thursday
Harry's daycare provider has three children. Kaila (8) is the oldest, with two younger brothers of 6 and 5. Harry knows all their names by now, but seems particularly fond of Kaila. She's a nice girl and at a good age for appreciating a toddler and she apparently gives Harry plenty of attention because he often talks about her. In fact, while Harry has used other two word phrases in the past, "Kaika, friend" is one of the clearest examples of Harry using two distinct words to make a point. Other two word phrases he uses, like "watch it," could seem like one word to him, but not this. Now he's definitely putting words together.

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