Since she was three years old, Frances has had an intense interest in all things medical 🏥. It shows up everywhere, especially at 11 years old. The other day during March break, Frances announced, as she typically does (literally) in passing, what was on her mind: “Mum, if someone were saying, ‘I can’t feel myContinue reading “Trauma bay?”
So, last night, Frances came into my room with a piece of Scotch tape and a washable marker, then proceeded to get my fingerprint. She said, “Thanks for the sample” as she left. Very mysterious. There are times when I just don’t press the issue. Take, for example, the time that the cat was aContinue reading “Mysteries”
One fascinating aspect of 10-year-old Frances’s personality is that she remembers facts so well and that she shares them kind of…randomly. For example, the following recent conversation was brief but interesting: Frances: The atomic number of copper is 29. Me: Okay, thanks. There was no preceding conversation. We just happened to be passing each otherContinue reading “Periodic update”
Pink Cup Dad and I always joke that Frances doesn’t need ways to increase mobility: she is constantly active. So, it is funny but not surprising that she frequently uses Lego (and its like) of all sizes to facilitate movement.
The nexus of Frances’s interest in evolution/human history and her intense sense of logic. (She is seven years old in this panel.)
“If you went back in time, would anyone else notice?”