So what if she, at age six, can read Harry Potter books "inside her head" or that she whizzed through The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in a day and a half.
What makes her parents truly proud is that she can not only stay focused through the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice, but also ask pertinent questions, such as, "Why do they show him taking a bath?" or "Why is he jumping in the water?"
The kid's a genius.
Oh, but that hardly compares to the way the parental breast swells when she laughs at the right places in The Crimson Pirate.