I scratch my chin. “Right. I’ll think about those.”
She turns back to the television. Being a responsible father, I do not let her watch too much television, even when I am really really bored with doing all the interactive paternal stuff. It is important that she does not grow up to be a yobbo.
Tom, the cat, smashes Spike, the dog, in the face with a big anvil.
“Hahaha!” I laugh. “It is funny. Did you see? He hit him in the face with a big anvil!”
We continue watching. It is excellent that quality programming like this is on every day, as it creates a shared experience between father and child. Jerry sets light to Tom’s tail, the cat erupting in a ball of flame.
“He put his tail on fire!!!” the Toddler announces with delight.
I am pleased with the development of her comprehension skills. Later, when it is more quiet, I go through her suggested names with the LTLP.
If it is a girl:
If it is a boy:
Fred, Shaggy, Scooby.