Adelaide brought this puzzle to me. The pieces are in another room. She put it on the couch next to me and stared up at me.
“Adelaide, do you want to play a game?”
She eye-gazed the puzzle and clapped.
“Adelaide, where is the cat?”
She eye-gazed the cat.
“Where is the dog?”
She looked it over, then eye-gazed the dog.
We played until she had eye-gazed each one. She got them all correct. I even tricked her by using mouse and house separately.
Sometimes we have no idea what’s going on in her head.
Then she surprises us.