Doesn't the saying go "The nut doesn't fall far from the tree"? In this case, the proof was in the Christmas pudding.
Zoë is heavily into examining the difference between "good guys" and "bad guys" these days. From story books to Mickey Mouse, there has always been the conflict between good and evil.
Just so happens that Mummy has a mind like a steel trap and can recite just about any musical every produced, word for word. The other day, Zoë decided to play "Annie" and announced that Jane would be "Miss Hannigan". I have a feeling we are in for many more days of "Off Broadway" entertainment here in the shadow of the Hollywood sign :)
Jane does a perfect interpretation of Miss Hannigan, and Zoë has Annie down pat in this scene including the famous "I Love you Miss Hannigan", and ending with jumping on "Miss Hannigan's" foot! I'm sure the director will soon move the production along to another scene:)
When I mentioned the production of Annie that Jane and Lori mounted at Red Pine Camp, Gordon swore he was not in it. Too bad son, here is the living proof. Both girls were heavily into Annie (witness their clothing and the sleeping bag prop), Gordon was in there with a baseball bat because apparently Jonathan had already taken the roll of Sandy the dog.
And on it goes the tradition of the family Christmas stage show. Only made more sweet this year as the next generation is showing such an interest!