Emilia has decided that she does not like the hollow chocolate bunny that was left for her by the Easter Bunny. “It doesn’t have an inside,” she informs us. “That’s wrong.”
“Why is that wrong?’
“Because everything has an inside. This bunny just has an outside. Also, it smells like peanut butter.”
“So, you don’t want it?”
“Can I have it?”
“But if you don’t want it…”
“I’m giving it to Candy. Candy doesn’t care if something has an inside.”
Candy, indeed, does not care if something has an inside. And if something does have an inside? She will happily remove it.
Every household should have a velociraptor, especially at Easter.