Irelyn Vail, 3: “She is silly.”
Julietta Otter, 5: “She gives me ice cream.”
Bryce Fredendall, 4: “She fixes dinner.”
Mackenzi Downing, 5: “She lets me roller skate in the house.”
Avery Sloyer, 5: “She listens to Justin Bieber with me.”
D’Marion Schwartz, 5: “She helps me clean my room.”
Jaden Brooks, 5: “She takes me to grandma’s house.”
Liam Gill, 5: “She reads books to me.”
Bralin Preston, 5: “She makes me smile because she does.”
Haylie Black, 6: "She tucks me in at night.”
Jackson Yates, 5: “She lets me play with my toys a long time.”
Jakob Rudnick, 4: “She gives me Legos.”
Sanaa Henderson, 5: “She helps me when I’m hurt (that is why she is a nurse).”
Douglas County commissioners discuss the county's health care program on Wednesday, April 11, 2012. From left to right, they are Nancy Thellman, Mike Gaughan and Jim Flory.
This shoe, once worn by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, is part of a pair of sneakers being auctioned during the Pi Day Gala March 14. Wozniak, far left, wears jersey number 3.14.
A.J. Bennett feels pretty lucky to be born on Feb. 29, a date that comes every four years. He is a sixth grader at South Middle School.
When Southwest Middle School sixth-grader Molly Howell tells people she is 3, they don't believe her. She is one of eight students in the Lawrence school district who was born on Feb. 29, a date that comes once every four years.
Paris Spotted Tail, a second-grader at Schwegler, describes her age as kind-of one and kind-of seven. She was born on Feb. 29.
Darby Van Fleet, a second grader at Prairie Park Elementary School, is a Leap Year baby.
Neva Gregory, a sixth-grader at West Middle School, is among the eight students in the Lawrence school district who are Leap Year babies.