Comments on 'Cub on the Loose'

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Emberra Owen
New! Entered: 2015-01-26
I had to say I love that Sunray could get away so stealthily, cub's got talent. Though, poor Snowfall, she really does have a lot on her hands with a cub like that, good thing her mother is there to calm her.
Lea R.
New! Entered: 2014-12-31
Sunray was a handful as a cub. It's very funny, because Snowfall is such a calm person normally. Having her unable to cope with a small cub is very funny to read but very realistic too. Glad that he didn't get in trouble. But the end had me laughing. Yeah, that was expectable!
Razzle C.
New! Updated: 2011-09-21
Awww! This is absolutely adorable, and also funny! :D You've just got to love the way a 3 and a half year old thinks, and you portrayed it beautifully! Poor Snowfall obviously has her hands full -- and of course, when you're cubsitting and you get tired, you send the little rat home! But when it's yours, it's yours night AND day. :) I love how you had Dreamberry noting that Snowfall was, indeed, pretty young for an elf mother. I just can't get over little Sunray's love of mud! Hmmm... that runs in the tribe-family, doesn't it, with our cubs? ;)
Sofia Lindström
New! Entered: 2011-09-14
Ah Sunray, oblivious to the worries of the world like only a small child can be. Very entertaining, as well as an interesting look at Snowfall as a young mother!
Megan McCarthy
New! Entered: 2011-07-25
Haha, poor little Sunray didn't even realize how much he worried his mother, he was just too focused on finding a fun spot to play! This was too cute.
Lyn Cavalier
New! Entered: 2010-12-08
This is a precious story - You did a good job showing how even the most caregiving of elves can get tired by the job! And how a little one's activities are boundless!
Holly H.
New! Entered: 2010-07-24
It's kind of neat to see that Snowfall wasn't always the perfect, collected parent. ;-) And in Whitestag's adventurousness, I see hints of his father. I also really appreciate seeing Dreamberry lend a hand; it gives the story a good sense of the way the elves can rely on family.
Heidi Henderson
New! Entered: 2010-07-21
Hee hee, I'll admit this story made me giggle. You've very effectively captured, I think, how cubs can be sweetly frustrating for even the most loving of folks ;)
Melanie D.
New! Entered: 2010-06-27
:D Glad to see this story finally posted. I know it was a long and hard fight for you ;)
However, I think you finally found the balance between "cubsitting" a kid by another ad the own and still that it makes sense that Snowfall is a bit tried of her son XD
Sunray was such a cute handful through :) Lovely :D
Angie Cousins
New! Entered: 2010-06-26
Oh, poor Snowfall. What an active little monkey, Sunray was! You really captured a toddler's sense of invincibility.
Trena Driessen
New! Entered: 2010-06-24
How lovely! I'm so glad that the picture has a story to it now! This was so very well done it just made me giggly all the way through!
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