She calls certain things by their name in languages more romantic than ours. Like many of the girls' mysteries, I love to hear which words will remain this way and which she will opt to change. We hatched butterflies at home after my older daughter did this in school. It was fantastic to hear the terminology from her as she described to us the process that was taking shape before our eyes. All of it enthralled even my husband and me, from tiny caterpillars, to small cocoons, and then the hatching! From the beginning they knew that we would only keep them a few days before we would release them to live their short lives in the wild. It surprised me how at peace they were with the release, never once asking to keep these beauties caged. These papillon were painted ladies. Their paper like wings were camouflaged brown and grey on one side and a beautiful orange when flapped open. It helped me bring up the conversations about existence of species in the wild and about beauty. So much of a person's beauty comes from within; sometimes not as easily seen with our eyes. So when you meet people, when you look at yourself, use all of your senses to make up your minds about the beauty before you.