It's just after 2 p.m. at Bryan's House, and most of the 2-year-olds have fallen asleep for their afternoon naps. They sleep in a semicircle, each boy or girl on his or her own miniature cot. Across the hall, the 3-year-olds are stirring. One girl with beaded hair is making a necklace. Another points at a finger painting she... More >>>