NOTES FROM OTHERS:
|This is the comic I have been waiting to see! What happens when Ivy is loosed upon the world? I can only imagine what that police officer must have been thinking -- great first outside interaction. And I love the picture of Ivy splashing in the fountain. Another excellent episode!|
|Why in the last sentence is she saying she made her eyes wet? Is she crying (she should know that word) or is she discovering her maximum flight speed?|
|Aw, sweet. Poor Ivy.|
And I doubt the naked baby-ness is going to cause any problems.
|Ohhh, poor dumplin. I hope somebody finds her soon. Are my children really that odd, that they were talking in sentences by two? Or, did speech take a back seat to refining her tk?|
|Fred, she was crying. Most likely she was crying from complex emotions she couldn't order into thoughts she could comprehend. So she was very confused and scared in new ways.
Wynni, Amanda speaks in sentences. Remember her answering the phone call? This episode the only time she had someone to speak to she was having very sophisticated needs (well, as far as forming proper sentence structure) and then that person immediately began to freak out from her floating and seizing them in place. I think any child in that position (and a few adults as well for that matter) might be reduced to simple responses and crying.
This is just one reader's opinion.
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