“You count!” I tell her.
“One, doo, thee, fow, fi, six, seh-en, ay, nine, den, why-a (she can’t say “eleven”) twel, thir-een, foureen!”
She will yell each of them with brief pauses in between. I always take the time to enunciate each syllable, especially the consonants she has yet to learn, in my best newscaster/radio DJ voice (thank you, Communication degree). She caught on quick.
I try to encourage her to say the alphabet, but after she gets to C, she begins to count. I guess numbers are in these days!