We were playing doctor, and I asked Dorothy a few questions, followed by "What brings you here today?" She replied, "Mama's car."
I said, "Uncle Daniel, Aunt Valerie, and Cousin Alina are coming over tonight, and we will give them their presents." Dorothy looked at me and slowly asked, "Exchange presents?"
I asked Dorothy what kind of pizza they served at the school party. She said, "plain pizza".
Dorothy was noticing that I had called a particular piece of bread "a roll" one day, and "a bun" the next. When I offered her a bun, she asked, "A bun, or [thinking pause] a ball?"
Grace asked Dorothy what her favorite breakfast food is. Grace's favorite is pancakes. Dorothy told her, "Pancakes are a night food."
Dorothy woke me in the morning and started talking about the morning, and light coming through the window, and eating a chocolate from her advent calendar, and her dream, and on and on. I was less than responsive and might have even put a pillow on my head. Then she told me, "I'm going to go talk to Daddy."
I asked Dorothy if she knew where her pajamas were. She said, "They're in the washing machine. Actually, they're in the drying machine."
Dorothy was watching a Tinkerbell fairy movie and told me, "Mama, did you know that fairies can walk by flying?"
Dorothy asked me when my birthday was. I told her February 4. Then she asked, "But when was your kid birthday?"