My niece did the same thing except hers was with 2, she'd gladly say all the rest and be proud of herself that she knew up to 10! But what I did was got building blocks in cool colors and wrote all the numbers on them. The put the number side face down, I had her "reveal" all the numbers to me, but only if she could say it before she flipped it over, she got so frustrated that she wasnt allowed to flip 2 over until she said it that she learned exactly how to count from 1-10 without missing 2
Thanks for the ideas, I'll have to try a couple, except for the swats (I know it was a joke ). And yes, time certainly flies.
Trip, I had the most difficult time getting my daughter to say "I love you". I could get her to say almost anything, but when I said, "say I love you", she'd shake her head and say "no". Now she's to the point where she says "I love you, daddy" on her own.