Not actually as daft a question as it first appears. Usually, when picking G up from nursery, I just look for her distinctive mop of hair, which is particularly long and thick by two-year-old standards.
But one day last week I couldn't see her among all the other toddlers until one of the helpers pointed her out. They'd tied her hair up (to keep it away from her snotty nose, naturally), and it made G look completely different. You could even spot her rarely-seen ears. Proof that she does have them, even though the way she repeatedly ignores my instructions suggests she thinks she can fool me into believing otherwise.
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