Nana and Papa came over, ostensibly to visit the family, but everyone knows who the main attraction is.
First, Papa had to help L with her puzzle. The Girl can’t quite manage the puzzle by herself, but with some help, she can put it together in a few minutes. Then it’s always the same: “Try again!”
Next, bubble time, and here’s where the fun really began. As is often the case, Nana and Papa came bearing a gift: a new Tinker Bell jacket, with a flashing lights the illuminate Tink’s pixie dust when pressed. We hung it in the closet so L could get to it, and every so often, she would run over and give Tink a press. Papa decided to play a little trick on the Girl. Every time she activated the lights, Papa blew some bubbles from the small buble maker.
L almost caught him in the act a few times.
Tricking her, though, is getting more and more difficult. And talking about her while she’s there is impossible: she understands just about everything now, and a quiet “Should we take her for a bath now?” can elicit loud protests: “No baff! No!”