love it.....possibly...just possibly...your future...with Q, so many options....
Oh no, not me! That fate is not mine. If she chooses, then she may...but she will not be pushed or pulled by me.I spent my time in the theater at an early-ish age, and it was wonderful for a while. In the end, I decided against that route. Had my parents either pushed me or forbidden me, I think it would not have been the same. I think it should be a matter of personal choice.
I totally agree...what I meant was I think Q will push YOU. She is so theatrical, athletic, expressive..."Ai ya" A chinese expression that means...."sigh...goodness gracious..what am I to do." I think some day, you will sigh this a lot.
I would love it if you could do an audio clip of you interviewing her. You ask questions and she gives her opinions.I would like to hear her little child voice. ~Lorna____________________________________
Lorna, QQ doesn't speak yet. She has a couple of words, but mainly she speaks sign language (and she's quite adept at it). Children born with clefts need speech therapy in order to re-learn how to use the muscles in their mouth to form sounds. It takes a while.
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