I've been curious about E's language development recently. She has her pronouns mixed up! Instead of "I", when talking about herself she says "you." And when she is talking to someone, that person is always "I" or "me."
I understand where the confusion is coming from. I am wondering how to correct it. Or do I just ignore it and she'll figure it out eventually? I have tried correcting her language, saying "Say "I" want a snack," or "Say, do you like pink, mommy?" This just makes her mad! She knows I understand what she's talking about! I've also tried explaining to her (as much as you can explain to a 2 year old) that E is "I", and mommy and daddy are "you."
Any suggestions? I'm not too worried about it at this point, more curious. I do wonder if she will correct herself eventually, but she's so STUBBORN about it sometimes!