Children have an uninhibited way of viewing the world, especially before they have entered school and encountered guidelines, rules and the true nature of how the world works. When M's grandma (Meemaw) visits us, we go to the airport to pick her up or drop her off and M almost always rides along. Our most recent visit almost didn't occur due to airline mixups, but thankfully everything worked out and Meemaw S made it in only 1 day late. I have no idea where M came up with Meemaw, it is not a word either of us have used for Grandma S, but we stick with it, and Grandma S is happy to have an official "grandma name".
Though it was a quick visit, we had time to stop at the aquarium and spend quality time together. When it was time for Meemaw to fly back home, M was quiet. As we pulled away from the airport, she said, "Meemaw lives at the airport." We tried to explain she uses the airport to fly between Arizona and her home in the Midwest. "No, she lives at the airport." Ok. Whatever you say, M. I understand how that concept makes sense to a 2-year-old.
Here are some photos from the visit.