She was seven years old at the time.
Frances, watching pumpkin-toy review on YouTube: “Peduncle! It’s peduncle! Oh! I have no patience for that!!” (from 2014 journal / 7 years old)
Frances: You enjoy a toy at first, right? Then it just becomes part of your background, right? Then another toy, and background, right? That’s the way it works, right? (December 5, 2014 / 7 years old)
Frances: I don’t want to hurt your feelings, Mum, but it isn’t ‘bath time’. Me: Oh, why not? Frances: If it were ‘bath time’, I’d actually be in the tub right now. I think you mean that it is almost bath time. No offence. I love her logic! (She was six years old at theContinue reading “Sorry. You’re right…”
How fast is she? She’s so fast that she barely shows up in pictures… 😉
(She is seven years old in this panel.)
From my journal of January 11, 2014, when Frances was six years old: What if I was the only kid on the planet…? Then, I would be lonely because I would be the only one in my class. The good part is that I would get a lot of time on my own…
I have been teaching Frances how to say good-bye to someone at the door when she leaves the house. This is not something that has come naturally to her. From the time that she could speak, there were no greetings or goodbyes for anyone entering or leaving our home; there was no acknowledgement whatsoever. EvenContinue reading “Parting ways…”
I’ve written about her intense interest in dolls, but not many people know this: Frances much prefers watching toy reviews on YouTube to actually playing with the subject toys. She watches toy reviews at every meal (if we didn’t let her, she couldn’t sit still long enough to eat) and while she is actually playing.Continue reading “Toy Reviews “
It was in a protective display box.