I've never started a thread before, so please be kind. I've been wanting to mention this for a while, but haven't seen a thread to talk about it. My friend has been a teacher for many years actually teaches elementary school teachers and principals for graduate degrees, etc. Last week, he was over when I had Nancy Grace on and they were showing pictures of Caylee. He knows nothing about the case (I know, what rock has he been living under?) and he suddenly stopped and said, "Whoa, who's that? Those aren't real smiles." Basically, as he watched the show with me, he said that in nearly all of Caylee's pictures, her mouth formed into what she probably thought was a smile but her eyes were telling a much different story. In others, she seems contemplative. In very few does she look truly happy, joyous as other young children her age. But he was most amazed by the video of Caylee with her great-grand father on Father's day. He couldn't believe that a 3-year-old child would lie there for so long without moving a muscleas if she was directed (off-camera) to do exactly as she was told. (Look at her eyes they're waiting to be told she can move.) Then, after a very long while, she pops up her head and kisses him but you can tell it's somebody off camera (Cindy, no doubt) telling her to kiss him. I mean, do you know any 3-year-olds who would sit still for that long? My point is this: God knows in all those hours of being alone with KC (while she was "working" during the day) Caylee probably LEARNED she had to do exactly as she was told or else. The more I look at her pictures I see sad, sad eyes and a child willing to do anything to please. Any thoughts?