Date: January 25, 2007 02:52 pm Title: Big Sister
This was sickeningly sweet...in the best way ever of course. I felt very connected with it because when I was 4...(like ten million years ago) and my baby brother Matthew was born I was terrified of the hospital and I didnt like that my mommy was in the hospital and I cried...but Jim was way sweet and made me feel better...
thanks for calming my 4 year old soul :)
Author's Response: LOL! It's the least I can do. :)
Date: January 11, 2007 06:33 am Title: Big Sister
Such a sweet story and a sweet child.
Author's Response: I'm always afraid she's going to come off as a little too perfect, but you're right, as she exists in my brain, she's just a sweet kid! Thank you for the review! :)
Date: January 10, 2007 11:55 pm Title: Big Sister
SO freaking cute! There's something about Jim getting Annie ready to go ::sigh:: Then picking her up when she was a little shy in the hospital...why on earth does it make him so HOT? hehehe. I love it!
Thanks, LoveFool! I love Daddy Jim ... you just know that he's going to be the perfect involved, attentive dad. Thanks again for the feedback!
Date: January 06, 2007 11:27 pm Title: At the Zoo
SO CUTE and EXACTLY the kind of thing I wanted to read tonight! How cute is Jim as a daddy? Seriously. Thanks so much!
Author's Response: Daddy!Jim is one of my favorite things to write, and I'm not afraid to say so, LOL! Thank you for the feedback, and I'm glad you like the story!
Date: January 06, 2007 01:38 pm Title: At the Zoo
This was so cute! I love Pam and Annie's twin responses of "ridiculous!"
And, this might be me being totally dense, but I felt like I missed something: What was the questioning look/mouthed-"fine" in reference to?
Good catch, Semby -- I left that a little ambiguous on purpose. In my mind, Pam was a little tired while walking around with Jim and Annie and had to take a break. Why? I suppose that's open to interpretation. :)
Thank you so much for your feedback! :)
Date: January 05, 2007 10:19 pm Title: At the Zoo
You definitely have a gift for sweetness, Bella Lumina. I "awww"ed at every single sentence of this story. Nothing to me is cuter than Jim with a daughter, with Pam. I loved this. So nice!
I'm afraid I'm developing a fluffy reputation for myself! Next piece: angst. :)
Thanks so much for the comments!