Copycat didn’t make any motions or anything on the outside but in her mind she responded ((But of course)) to dimentio.
Luna simply started to crawl off near a couple of plush toys, nomming and chewing on a plush star. She fell back as she was drooling on it as well, then noticing Copycat’s form. She blinked in confusion while laying on the floor and pausing a bit. She had no idea what was going on.
Dimentio used his magic to put the two Luna’s on the ground. On the ground there were a whole bunch of plush toys ranging from Yoshi’s to fuzzy soft toys…
((Feel free to be creative with what’s on that floor. I’ll let you fill in the blank.))
Copycat followed behind Luna crawling her way little by little towards her.
Luna looked at the soft little letter blocks, star plushes, a magical rattle, and a couple more things laying in front of her. She then started stacking the cubes in a tower, waiting to knock them down with her magic. She then placed both hands in front of her and knocked down the tower, giggling adorably.
Copycat morphed back into her original form as she walked closer to Luna. She then took her tails and began to try and tickle her with them in an act to get her to smile and laugh.
Luna suddenly started to giggle super adorably as she was being tickled, the fluffy tail causing her to feel rather ticklish. She was laying on the soft floor, still giggling as she was being tickled. She just loved to be tickled and loved.
Copycat stopped tickling for a moment as she rubbed her head up against Luna. Her fur was extra soft. She then gave the baby a gentle lick against the side of the face with he tiny tongue before continuing to rub up against her purring softly.
Soon, Luna felt comforted and happy as she was being purred on, petting Copycat while a yellow paci was in her mouth. She blushed softly again as she was smiling a bit, her yellow and dark eyes giving off a little glow of innocence.
Copycat then sat in an upright position as she was using her paws to help her make funny yet silly faces at Luna to try and make her laugh. Who would’ve known that Dimentio and Copycat would be so good with children?