Frances was six years old here. (Art journal / July 16, 2013)
Frances has always struggled with pragmatic language (social language and skills in everyday interactions with others). Partings for Frances have always been difficult in the sense that, at first, she didn’t know that speaking is necessary when people temporarily part ways. Then, after some time, she realized that something needs to be said, but didn’tContinue reading “Saying goodbye”
From December 2013, when Frances was six years old: “If you ever got swallowed by a giant rhinoceros, I would try and get swallowed, too.” Now that’s love… 🙂
(Frances was six years old.)
Entrance to my living room, completely blocked off by fort.
My journal entry from November 30, 2013, when Frances was six years old. Frances: What makes a kid’s life complete? Me: Well that depends on the kid. What makes your life complete? Frances: I don’t know.
She is six years old in this panel. (Her parents were, and are still, married.)
Frances watches toy reviews as often as she watches documentaries — she finds them on YouTube. I’ve seen her watching Japanese, Spanish, and Russian doll reviews. (In this panel, she is five years old.)