Baby logic: how can I tell my dad it’s his turn to play?

My son, like any other toddler, is a sponge and is learning everything he is exposed to, from home, daycare, outside walks and any activity we do together. Recently, he learned how to solve simple puzzles and we all got all excited with this achievement. Although he is able to put all pieces properly in their respective places, from time to time he eventually leaves one or two pieces upside down.

I like to think it is his way of saying it is my turn to play with him, specially when he insists on saying “pa-pa” after asking him to rotate the pieces. I will probably never know the answer or the reason behind it, which does not really matter, because all that counts is playing, learning and having fun!

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