So now that you are 3 years old, you should be able to do a host of things which you weren't able to do when you were busy throwing your two-year-old-temper-tantrums around.
1. You should be able to say your name when prompted.
Curious George: 'What's your name?'
You: 'GURL ARIVE!'
C.G: 'Say again?'
You: 'GIRL ALIVEEEEE!'
C.G: 'Clever girl!'
You: *clap hands
2. Answer simple questions.
Curious George: Would you like to have some of my food? It's delicious.
C.G: I don't mind.
You: I can't.
C.G: Why not?
You: I have medical condition. Cannot eat lots of stuff.
C.G: Really? What do you have?
You: Salicylate sensitivity which can lead to anaphylaxis.
C.G: Sali... what? I'm sorry. What's that?
You: .............................. (For a brief second, it felt like the two-year-old-temper-tantrum was frothing up to the surface of your emotions.)
3. Pretend and fantasize more creatively.
'Someday my prince will come,
He will come on his white steed,
In his white shining armour,
And all the storms will be calm,
As He will save ME from this horrible stampede,
Hide me in the deepest corner,
From the salicylate monster,
And slay the dragon of anaphylaxis!'
4. Recognize and identify common objects and pictures.
Lettuce iceberg, celery, chayote, cabbage = negligible in salicylates
Pepper, chillies, spices = very high in salicylates
5. Climb well.
Monday: The Hill of Never Give Up
Tuesday: The Hills of Never Say Never
Wednesday: The Mountain that Goes On & On & On
Thursday: The Range of the Breakthrough-That-Seems-So-Near-Yet-So-Far
Friday: The Peak of Death
Saturday & Sunday: Avalanche
So get ready for a new adventure that will knock you out of your socks as you continue on the journey called 'The Right to be Alive'!