Is it considered gauche to talk about how much I adore my kid? Too precious? Too cliche?
Seriously though, she cracks me up. My mother sent her some jean overalls the other day. And they looked adorable on her. For the 5 whole minutes it took her to figure out that she could unsnap them. Then it was like a tiny toddler reenactment of the Full Monty followed by much comedic waddling about with her pants around her ankles. Refasten and repeat.
Years ago I used to listen to the radio show "Loveline" late at night out of Seattle. One of the hosts Adam Carolla had some amazingly wise insights into parent-child relationships. In particular I remember that he once said something to the effect that as a father of a daughter, your main goal is to keep your kid "off the pole". If you accomplished this, you'd done an ok job.
I'd say that based on her early predilections for pantslessness, my husband has his work cut out for him.