- It's the first number after 1. If you went around pointing out all the things that were occurring once, you'd be overwhelmed with work. But things occur in pairs infrequently enough to be worth pointing out.
- It's easy to say. Probably the easiest number of all. Far easier than seven, three point six, or negative pi, for example.
- It rhymes with "shoes", another of her favourite words.
- Nyup nyup nyup beebeebeebeeee! Dada!
How many elbows do you have? Two!
How many ears do you have? Two!
What eleven minus nine? Two!
How many terms did Grover Cleveland serve as President of the USA? Two!
How many spleens do you have? Two!
It's a great game that the whole family can play. Try it yourself today. (But not on the Hatchling. That would just be creepy. Bug off.)