Cakes and Daddy have been playing lots of hide and seek lately. Every time Cakes gets a little better (so does Daddy). Though having been able to count to 20 for sometime Cakes often forgets to say number 1. Playing hide and seek has helped with this as she is all for doing things correctly, if Daddy starts at 1 then she will also. Often she hides in the same place Daddy just did and checks all the same places he did. Though it is a very repetitive game it sparks plenty of talking as Cakes walks around the house "Is Daddy in the fridge?, no, Is he behind the door?, is he inside the fish tank?, no". Many of the places the two of them check are places you just cannot hide, but I think this is their little joke together. There has been many times when I could hear her hiding somewhere or rather, and giggling to herself as Daddy gets closer and even louder when he gets further away. She is slowly building her self control as she is aware her laughing is giving her away. Cakes has always been very good at sharing, though taking turns for hide and seek took a few games to get right, she just didn't understand why she couldn't hide every time. She is also starting to be a better problem solver, initially she would hide with no effort put into making sure she was truly hidden, now she takes the time to move a cushion or pull up a blanket so she cannot be seen. Does your child have a favourite hiding spot?