“Klara, we are going to the petting zoo. There will be a real camel there. Do you like camels?”
“Actually, I have never seen a real camel, Mommy, so I don’t know. But I would like to see one. I think we should go to the petting zoo. Definitely.”
I find it hilarious that she knows how to use Present Perfect. And “should.”
The downside of this is that at the end of the day I’m completely hoarse and my vocal cords are raw. I’m a teacher! I’ve done workshops on how to protect the vocal cords when you speak a lot! And it’s not enough. I speak all the time! I have to narrate everything that happens to us during the day in the form of a “once upon a time” story several times in a row.
The camel was great, by the way. There was also a llama and something called a zebu.