Bunny, you are five, and Wallie, you'll be three next week. What I love about you both right now is how you play together, or, rather, how long it takes you to get ready to play together. (Which is actually the play itself.)
Wallie: Let's be grizzly bears. I'll be the baby grizzly, you be the mama grizzly.
Bunny: No let's be sister grizzlies. I'll be the big sister grizzly, you be the little sister grizzly.
Wallie: We can both be big sister grizzlies.
Bunny: Or we can be big sister princesses.
Wallie: No, I wanna be the queen.
Bunny: No, I wanna be the queen.
Wallie: I know! You be the queen and I will be the pwince.
Bunny: Okay and I will be the dragon.
Wallie: Okay, come on dragon, let's go play!
Bunny: No! We can't be friends. You have to fight me with a sword and I have to breathe fire on you.
Wallie: Nooooo! That's too scawy!
Bunny: Okay then let's be horses.
Wallie: Okay, what's your name?
Wallie: Hi Buttercup, my name is Vinegar.
Bunny: Let's go to the veterinarian, Buttercup, I think you are sick.
Wallie: Okay, I will lie down in my pillow house and you can give me a check up.
Bunny: Wait, I'll get the doctor kit. Lie down horsey.
Wallie: Neigh, neigh.
Bunny: Hi Vinegar. I'm the doctor, let's give you a shot!
Wallie: Nooooo, that's too owie!
Bunny: Well, you're sick, horsey, you need a shot.
Wallie: No, I'm not sick. I'm better. I don't like this game. Let's play dogs. You be the dog, and I will the owner.
Bunny: Woof woof!
Wallie: What's your name, doggie?
Wallie: Let's go for a walk, Buttercup.