Girl: Is this a cow?
Woman: No, it's a sheep. What's this?
Girl: That's a sheep.
Woman 1: This is a cow.
Woman 2: We just --
Woman 1: Almost in there. Can you get him in there?
Woman 2: There we go.
Woman 1: Hold on. I want to see.
Girl: It sounded.
Woman 1: It sounded again?
Woman 2: You want to take your apron off?
Girl: No. Leave it on.
Woman 2: She likes that apron.
Woman 1: Okay, leave it on. Okay, sweetheart.
Girl: Leave it on.
Woman 1: Okay, it's on. What other animals do you see? What is that?
Girl: A cat.
Woman 1: That's a cat? What's a kitty cat say?
Woman 1: Yeah? Put it in there. See if it'll make the noise. Put your puzzle piece back in there. Oh. I think you got to put the puzzle piece in there.
Woman 2: Doesn't work without the puzzle piece.
Girl: I'm gonna push the button.
Woman 1: There's no button. You got to put the piece back in there.
Girl: Yeah. I put the piece back in.
Woman 1: There you go.
Woman 2: Very good job. Your other role is that of a consultant. Sowhen she has a conversation with you, you ask her questions and engage her in that. And you do a great job with that with her. And the other is as the authority. And this is the tough one for most moms because --
Woman 1: And for Dad.
Woman 2: Because [Laughter] Sometimes, we get that role backwards. But I think you did a good job with, with setting boundaries for her and disciplining [Inaudible].
Woman 1: [Singing] Old McDonald had a farm. Ee-I--Ee-I--Oh. And on that farm he had a cow. Ee-I--Ee--I--Oh. With a moo-moo here. And a moo-moo there. Here and there. there and there. Everywhere. Moo. Moo. Old McDonald had a farm. Ee-I-Ee-I-Oh.