Alice: How long is forever?Kids are constantly asking questions. When do we learn how to breath underwater? Since your eyes are blue, does that mean you see everything in blue? In the olden days was everything black and white? And then there are the hard questions: What is the name of the space between the bits that stick out on a comb?(We don’t know how to answer these!)We aren’t the only ones to be bombarded by curiouser, and curiouser children. Lewis Carroll knew how much children wanted to know. That is why he wrote Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. He knew that kids were naturally interested in everything around them. And, no matter how much we don’t want it to happen, all children will grow up. But, they will be smarter for the questions they asked, just like Alice.Embrace your little girl’s curiosity. Try to answer her questions as she dances around in this Child Supreme Alice Costume. She will be a smarter woman for the questions, and your answers. Sure you might not know the answer to some of them like “What is air made of?” Or, “Why doesn’t the sky fall on us?” But that won’t stop her from asking them. And even when you do know the answer she might just stand there in her blue dress, wearing her white apron not believing the real answer. At that point just make something up until she is older. And when she asks how long forever is, take a page out of Carroll’s book.White Rabbit: Sometimes, just one second.