I have a story to go with the pictures of the planets (below).
When I was in FL with my daughter and her family, 8 year old Aleksis had an assignment for a project about planets. Each child in the class was assigned a planet to prepare a report on. Of course you're probably a step ahead of me already, and yes, Lecksie got Uranus. She did internet research to find information about the size of the planet, the atmosphere, the soil type, it's relation to the sun and other planets, etc. She also made a model of the planet (you notice I'm using "the planet" rather than the name ... well, I can't keep a straight face!!).
All the time she is putting her presentation together, there were, of course, several times when she needed help for support from the adults, and I have to say that I'm very proud of my daughter and son-in-law. They were able to keep straight faces and level voice tones while talking with her about Uranus. Then, she would leave the room to go work on it some more and all three of us would just double up in laughter. You can imagine her questions, such as, when she was trying to figure out its location in the planetary system, and she said, "Where is Uranus?" "What color should I paint Uranus?" Yeah, just try to keep a straight face!!
Before the project was done, my daughter contemplated asking the teacher if ours was the only family stuck with that particular planet for the project. Surely there was another family having to walk quickly out of the room to cover laughter, or sitting still, biting their tongues to keep from bursting out laughing!
I really, really think THAT PLANET should be renamed!!