NOTES FROM OTHERS:
She is soooo cute, trying to be all grown up. I find it a little sad that she's trying so hard because she's scared that everyone will leave her if she doesn't act like an adult. I hope you find your way back to your mom soon, Ivy...
|I love the pictures in this issue, especially the one where she finds the breakfast bowl. So cute!
I stopped to wonder about her use of the word "grown-up." That could just be the word she knows to refer to big people, but it made me wonder if she knows that she herself is in the process of growing and will be a grown-up herself one day. It's always interesting to see how such a young character's thoughts are represented...!
|*choke* So... sooo... SO ADORABLE!!! =z=
|It's all happy and sad at the same time!
|...She's so cute. *makes incoherent noises at the cuteness*
|That panel where Ivy's eating cereal has got to be the cutest I've ever seen of her. You drew that one well. :)
|When she says she'll put her "hand" on the wall, does that mean her PK has a sense of feel, and she can just leave it somewhere to mark where she's been and keep holding it?
|No, when she said she'll put her hand on the wall, she meant her hand, and then she did put her hand on the wall when she went down the side of the building. She doesn't think of her energy as a hand. She CAN do what you describe, though, and you'll get to see it.
And yes, she does get tactile feedback when she uses it, and the first place that showed up in the comic was when she flew into the old couple's house and accidentally hurt herself touching a hot coffee pot, but without touching it. The story is pretty subtle about showing this though because SHE doesn't think it's weird, until she gets old enough for people to think that's both fascinating and strange.
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