One could hope they'd stay in each other's hair long enough to give the two of them a break. But fairy creatures were often much better at entertaining one another than humans were at entertaining them; other fairy creatures understood what was interesting to each other and also understood they were playing tricks in good fun, and it wasn't intended to be harmful.
That was the most difficult part of introducing humans that weren't familiar with fairies to a fairy; they tended to fail to understand fairies were tricksters by nature, and them rearranging things or dumping glitter on your head wasn't intended to piss you off. It was just amusing. At least, amusing to them.
The only problem with the particular shape of Daena's wings was, it was nigh impossible to get her out of this panel without shredding her wings. That had to be why she was stuck. A squeeze one way... actually, maybe if he had her bend her wings down against her arms... he might be able to get her out without too much trouble. He tilted his head at her, and somehow, like often she did, Daena read his mind, pulled her wings against her body, and Ryan attempted to take her out.
No luck. Hmm. The outer casing on the panel's interior was catching. "Could you hand me, like, a screwdriver or something?" Did he know what a screwdriver looked like? "The one with the tapered end would work fine, I think I need to take the interior edging out of the panel to get her loose." It was probably at least partially that his hand was in the way, but that was another issue entirely, and he was much happier with the edges of the panel scraping against his hand, and not her. Daena was too tiny, it'd do a lot of damage to such a tiny little creature.
"How did you fall into this thing without hurting yourself the first time?" Ryan asked, sounding rather incredulous.
"Honestly, I don't know!" Daena squeaked. "But I think I'll try not to back-step into airship control panels anymore."
Yeah, that sounded like a good plan to him.