“We’re playing a game,” Little Legs shouted from another room.
The sound of running feet and paws and laughter followed.
Suddenly, the dog raced into the living room, took a flying leap and landed cattywampus on the chair next to me. It was no wonder how she hurt her leg just a week ago. She was miraculously healed, it appeared.
Little Legs ran after her with outstretched arms.
“We’re still playing our game,” he explained.
He grabbed her pink collar and tugged, trying to pull her off the chair.
“Come on, Coco,” he said.
“How does the game work?” I asked.
“I lock her up in her cage and then she breaks out and she bites me.”
“That sounds like an interesting game,” I said endorsing an activity that was certain to win a mother of the year award.
“I’m going to go get Baby Brother now,” he said with a serious expression.
“He can play, too.”
Somehow, I sensed that Baby Brother was about to switch places with the dog and decided creative game time was over.