Life with Liam becomes more and more interesting as he can communicate more and more things. And now, it is getting to be even more interesting as he is starting to develop what we can only assume is a very vivid and creative imagination.
Right now, it is Snow Dragons. What is a snow dragon, you ask? That's exactly what we wanted to know!
Liam has been talking about Snow Dragons for a week now and we have asked everyone he has been in contact with recently if they know what a Snow Dragon is and no one has a clue. The incredible thing is the amount of detail he has come up with about these creatures that he has imagined.
Through countless conversations with Liam about these creatures, this is what we have learned, all quotes from the expert:
What do snow dragons look like?
"Like dragons but snow dragons are white. They have big wings and they fly far and fast. They roar like a dinosaur."
Where do they come from?
"They come from the sky, but not this sky, a different sky."
Where do they live?
"They live in caves."
Do they have friends?
Are their friends people?
"Yes, girls, I think."
Are they big or little?
"They are big, but sometimes little. The big ones have little ones."
What do snow dragons eat?
"Sometimes bugs because snow dragons don't like bugs. Snow dragons don't like juice. They drink water."
On Wednesday morning, when we woke up to the first snow of the year, we learned more about the mysterious creature.
"Liam, it snowed last night."
"Did the snow dragons come?"
"I don't know, why?"
"Snow dragons bring the snow. They come with the snow clouds. And they play in the snow."
On Friday when the snow was all melted, this is what he told me.
"The snow is gone. It melted into water. But it's OK because the snow dragons will come back and bring more another day."
I have no idea where this sudden surge in imagination came from, but I love it and I hope that it continues!