Yesterday as we were lounging around a bit in the morning, Larry and Eva came up with a cute game. He would slap his chest, tap tap tap. Eva would watch very intently and blink at each sound, and then after a brief pause (during which you could practically see the wheels turning in her little brain), she would slap her knee, tap tap...tap! (So okay, the rhythm was often a bit off.) They did this over and over, and I really enjoyed it because it's the first time I can think of that she has copied our actions, other than facial expressions. As if I didn't know it already, but we clearly need to start being (even more) careful about what we do and say in her presence.