I searched for a thread on this and couldn't find one. I am starting this because I think we need to investigate this particular area as it could go to motive. I have noticed that the A's provided beautifully for Caylee, the backyard was a child's playground, a pool, swings, playhouse, sandbox. Her bedroom was a beautiful little girl's room. I was impressed with her little crib/bed that she could easily climb into. She had cute little clothes and accessories. However, I have been struck by the the fact that there appears to be no evidence that she had little friends, cousins, playmates, playdates. I see no evidence that she was ever in pre-school, nursery school, Sunday school, etc. Even with a fake nanny, she would have at least had playmates. Did the A's think this little Caylee was playing with other little children because she was going to the nanny's? Who took her to the park, the beach? Casey says she and/or the nanny did, but did Caylee really ever get to go on the swings and slides or play in the ocean? Was Caylee's little life nothing but being hauled around by her mother at various friends' apartments? In the latest doc dump, Annie D states that she noticed that Caylee had "separation anxiety" when ever Casey "put her down" or turned away from her. Was Caylee continually in strange environments, non-childlike environments that would cause her to cling to the one familiar face, that of her mother? Is there not one single little neighborhood child she played with? I think this is important because it appears that this little girl, with the exception of what the grandparents provided for her in their home, never really inhabited a normal, childlike world. Why?