My daughter is 4 and attends preschool two days a week. She is very popular and well-loved at her school. Apparently she doesn't give her teacher the same attitude she gives me ;-) Anyways, she often says things like "i made this for you" when it's an object she didn't make, and talks about her make-believe family (including mom Wonder Woman, dad Batman, and an ever changing assortment of sisters) in detail, including where they live, what their houses are like, what they all do together, etc. Last week a classmate brought one of her chickens for show-and-tell. According to her teacher, my daughter went on at length about *her* chickens. We don't have chickens. When I brought it up, she told me that she had chickens at her "other" house. I love love love her active imagination, but I'm not sure when or even if it's a problem. With some creative stories I've gotten her to admit that it's only pretend. Should I insist on that distinction, or just let her run wild?