Keiki are always awestruck at simple things that are still new to them—a loud truck, a babbling brook, or even a fuzzy caterpillar! Nobody knows how many there are, but you’ll often see them in a group of three to five. You may also find out where they’ve been since Keiki like to leave a mark, like stickers or a tie of yarn.
While they don’t communicate with words, Keiki use facial expressions, tummy screens, costumes, and neon glyphs to express themselves and let you know what they’re thinking. Their ears twirl when they’re excited, and you’ll find that they’re not the most coordinated but they embrace this funny quality (sometimes they seem wobbly or do clumsy things, which usually ends in lots of giggles).