Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Aw. You’ve never shown her with tears in her face before. I hope she got over it quickly.
You are so blessed having Josie in your life...but oh my goodness, having her all over the floor means keeping everything childproof, doesn't it? Even dirt in planters! I hope Grumpy's cold is better soon.
John coughed because some of the sriracha in his noodles went down the wrong way. Josie freaks at sudden coughs or sneezes. She got over it eventually but I wanted to show her fans that she does cry occasionally.
Thanks for sharing the observation about coughs and sneezing. How strange. Or is it? I've not been around many babies, toddlers, or kids, so these things are a curiosity to me. ;)
Awe Josie brings me so much joy and her tears 💔but she is such a beautiful human being, tears, loud noises happen. She'll learn that she will survive all things normal. But oh those tears "real". big hugs Josie, xx
Darla -- I don't remember my boys being especially frightened by coughs or sneezes. I do remember that my little brother, as a toddler, was afraid of gloves and wouldn't go through a door if a glove was laid on the floor -- cheaper than a baby gate. Who knows where these aversions come from.
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