Well, just my daughter. Anyway...
My daughter turned 4 last week and she has some amazing opinions on things.
For the record, she does play with normal girl toys (Barbie, dolls, Care Bears, etc.), but she does like playing with my Star Wars toys as well. She watches normal kids shows on PBS and such, but every week or so she will ask if she can watch Star Wars (usually ESB because she likes the "monster robots.") It took me 4 attempts to get her to watch Episode 1. She insisted that it wasn't "real Star Wars." She aparently doesn't like remakes either. My wife thought she might like watching the Muppet's Wizard of Oz, but my daughter didn't like it and told her to turn it off. My wife was suprised how offended my daughter was at the the whole concept of puppets redoing Wizard of Oz. She did like the Clone Wars cartoons, even though I had to explain some of it to her. And, being the somewhat over protective parent that I am, she won't be able to watch ROTS until she gets a bit older.
She may have watched ESB a few too many times as she pointed out to me that there are 5 AT-ATs (which I never bothered counting before that point), and gave me her interperation of the Vader/Luke "I'm your father scene." She assured me that Luke would be okay because the doctor robot would fix him. This past Christmas, Santa brought my daughter 2 lightsabres (a purple one for her, and the blue one for me.) A while back, she brought her swords to me and wanted to "fight." During the ensuing battle, I said "I am you father." She said, "no you're not, daddy." So after a bit of discussion, I realized she had a real negative meaning towards the word "father" because of that scene in ESB. My wife and I were both suprised on how adament she was that I was not her father, just her daddy. Anyway, we straightened her out on the meaning of father.
Anyone else run into any problems like this?