Today, the teacher pulls you aside to talk to you while your daughter is playing off with her friends on the other side of the room, and tells you that said child has developed an issue over the past week with using the toilet, which is odd because she has been potty-trained for nearly a year. It's not just any issue with the toilet, though - she refuses to urinate all day, and it is only when you go outside for playground time that she'll pee: not just anywhere, but under the jungle gym, in the wood shavings.
When pressed for an answer, she says simply that her friend Nala told her to do it. When you look at the art she's been making this past week, most of the pictures are of a yellow blob with a tail that looks a lot like the Nala character from the Lion King, her favorite movie. As far as you and the teachers can tell, your daughter has created Nala as her imaginary best friend who is, for some reason, telling her to pee under the jungle gym.
What do you do with your daughter and tell the school?