On our last few trips to the supermarket Amy has tuned into the baby products. I made a deliberate decision to go down the baby aisle today.
Look Amy, here's some baby food that the baby can eat when it's a bit bigger and has more than just milk. I said. We'll need to buy some of that later when the baby comes.
Yeah, she said, and bibs. We'll need bibs.
And nappies. I said.
Yeah, nappies, she said.
When we got home I held up the tiny singlet suit I bought for the baby and said who do you think this is for.
She looked and thought for a while. Clearly calculating the possibility it might fit her.
It's for the baby! She said.
At nap time she wants to read Mummy's got a house in her tummy which, along with I'm a big sister, is currently in heavy rotation. When we finish she wants to inspect me all over to see if she can find windows to see inside.
Wouldn't that be great? Weird, but great.