Comments on 'Tiny Terror'
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New! Entered: 2016-03-02
|Ha, I had to smirk several times XD It is nice to see a different side of Honey (though her wanting to prove she could cubsit Willow was behaviour I had seen before ;)). And oh my, I didn't know Willow was such hellfire when she was a cub XD Poor Windsong and Honey, ha ha. Loved it!|
New! Entered: 2016-02-26
|Oh boy, I really recognize some children of my aquiantance in Willow here. Especially the "I'll do something that's really bad for me just because you told me not to, then be really upset when said bad thing actually hurts me"-part. Very realistic child behvaior - it's a good thing all children grow up eventually (or at least grow taller so they can't fit inside logs as easily XD)|
New! Entered: 2016-01-26
|Had a great time collabbing with you on this, Heidi. :) When we started, I had no idea how terror-ific little Willow could be. High Ones help Willow if/when she has a cub one day!|
New! Entered: 2016-01-23
|OMG, I would have killed that kid!! Somehow I never pictured Willow as being this awful. Not that I don't love kids. It's just these type of kids! Such a realistic scene where she's kicking the log and all this crap falls on her! I would think Honey would know how unruly this child could be if they had been together for four years in the same tribe though. So great!|
New! Entered: 2016-01-22
|Oh my gosh. This was such a fun read! I really enjoyed the antics of little Willow from a nice, safe distance. This story really made me feel sympathy for the whole tribe while she's in this phase. The little adventures she went on were just wonderful reminders of the life around the holt.|