So this morning I was going through my emails, the ones that I skip over but have to get to at some point. The one from Baby Center said this:
"Ages 4 and 5 are sometimes called the chatterbox years. Talking is how your child gets a handle on the intricacies of the language and also learns, expresses new ideas, and forms social relationships. So be patient if your 5-year-old doesn't ever seem to pause. This is an important and necessary developmental stage-not to mention a fun one. Hearing her every thought expressed is like having a window into her brain!"
I like when I read stuff like this because I know I am not alone.