This morning I was working with a little boy on naming body parts, using a very cool monster puppet whose various body parts attach with Velcro.
As I pulled out a long curly strip of orange hair, showing it to the little boy and asking him to imitate "hair" before giving it to him to put on the monster, his four-year-old sister took notice.
"That monster has curly hair just like me... but it's not the same color!" she declared.
"Oh?" I responded. "Let's see... his hair is orange -- what color is your hair?"
"Well," she began matter-of-factly. "Do you remember what color my hair was the last time you were here?"
"Yes," I nodded, and at her expectant look, I said, "It was brown."
She smiled at me approvingly, and said in the cutest voice ever, "Well, I haven't changed a bit!"