The toddler says to me, "Mommy, I play cars with baby brother."
"Oh, honey," I say, " He's still too little to play with cars, but it's nice you want to share."
He gives up on the cars and after leaving them for 20 seconds, I find this:
A few days later, the toddler says, "Mommy, I play with baby brother today?"
"Honey, I think he's still too little."
He looks unconvinced, steps away from us and gathers his toys -- all figures from The Lion King. He brings them over to where baby and I are sitting on the floor.
And he begins to play with baby brother the only way he can ...
... he uses him as Pride Rock.