Tonight we read A is for Angry: An Animal and Adjective Alphabet.

A is for angry. (She is well-acquainted with this concept.)

B is for bashful. ("What's bashful?" "Bashful is when you are shy.")

C is for clean. (She can sometimes be found in this condition.)

D-L (Insert darling animal and adjective combinations.)

M is for merry. ("What's merry?" "Merry means happy." "No, Mom, merry means when you have a wedding. You get married. Like you and Dad in the picture. You were dancing around and around." "What we were wearing?" "You were wearing a dress like poor Cinderella and Dad was wearing a tie.")

Merry? Marry? Well, she's not entirely wrong.