Let me explain how much she loves kindy.
And she'll look around the room and see something like the table and chairs and say something like, "...sitting at the table for dinner".
There's a lot of different stuff for a a pretend teacher to do before breakfast.
This is the older one, by the way. We had two close together in the hope that they'd grow up as a pair and share interests.
So far we have one who spends most of the day as a middle-aged educator and the other still in nappies.
How about one day every week where my little girl gets a real life audience as she discusses whatever she wants? Show And Tell Day Is The Best Thing.
I knew we'd lost parental control the day a bunch of unsuspecting toddlers were shown my old toothbrush, with some sort of informative commentary.
I've apologised to her teachers, but they were very nice about it.
Anyway, it's been turning into more and more of a random scavange for stuff every time she tries to fill the bag.
This morning I waited until the last possible moment. "Darling, we're leaving in 2 minutes. Have you remembered Show and Tell?"
"I got a big nappy poo."
Just buy a really, really good scrubbing brush first. One with a long handle.
Anyway, the older one had a good 7 minute window to herself.
And this is what they will have heard all about:
Okay, so that one's not bad.
And please accept my sincere apology.