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Discussion question of the week:
At Ivy's age, babies don't really understand sympathy. If someone is hurt or upset--even if it's because of something she did--she is still more focused on how they are treating HER than she is on how they feel; she's still unable to fully understand that other people are people. What's one of your earliest memories of feeling true sympathy for another person? Do you know how old you were?
NOTES FROM OTHERS:
|Force of nature indeed. I wonder if an adult, newly given Amanda's powers, could be
so creative in finding new things to do with it. Perhaps it takes the imagination
of a baby, someone that hasn't lived a life of being limited by reality, to come up
with stuff like this? It would be interesting to see an adult Amanda side by side
with an adult version that didn't get her powers until after puberty (x-men style).
|"I didn't do it!" Ah, she's already learning life lessons from The Simpsons.|
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