My piano is currently on the floor in the living room. It has a stand, but the stand has collapsed twice. Until I find a new one, the piano will stay on the ground. Not the most decorative arrangement, but on the plus side, Kiddo has easy access.
Mostly, he's interested in rolling his toy cars over the keys. He's also figured out how to get the demo songs to play. Every once in a while he actually tries to play it properly. Recently, he started counting the keys from left to right. I seized the teaching moment.
Me: "This is the A-key, B, C, D, E, F, G. Then it starts again with A, B, C–"
Kiddo: "Where's the H go?"
Me: "There's no H on the piano."
Kiddo: "There is."
Me: "No, there isn't."
Kiddo, banging the keys consecutively, "H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P..."
Maybe a bit too soon for piano lessons.