Our expert says:
This is prime story-telling and fantasy time, and this is probably a way for her to make real an idea of a father she probably can't actually remember in any distinct way ( memory formation at 18 months or younger is very shaky at best and usually not recoverable ).
I'm sure you're doing a terrific job as a single parent. Maybe at this age she's hearing more from other kids about their dads, and is constructing a dad of her own to match them. Its the specificity of the glass-ness of the house that intrigues me most.
As she is probably still generally well-routed in feality, and probably recognizes that this glass house is a different kind of real, there will probably be no problems and she will probably grow out of it. Formal help is probably not needed.
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