QOTW general: Amazingly mature acts of your gifted child...

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QOTW general: Amazingly mature acts of your gifted child...
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Sat, 12-04-2010 - 7:41am

Do you remember one of those things your GC did that seemed so 'grown-up' for their age?

Suzanne
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Registered: 10-08-2004
I was very proud :)

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Registered: 11-18-2008

Aw, that is great! He knew what needed to be done and went for it.

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Registered: 10-08-2004
sounds so grown up! :)

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Beam away mommy ;-) I had to think of the time I was in London with DD Y, 5 months pregnant. And at a certain moment we had 2 hours of free time in our program. She, 8 at the time, looked at me and said 'mommy, you probably want to go baby-shopping, let's find the right stores for you'. LOL! I felt like MY mom was talking to me ;-) (but we did go, did find, and the very first outfit Danae ever wore was bought that day.

Suzanne
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Registered: 10-08-2004

That is wonderful :)

For me one happened about a month ago.

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Registered: 11-18-2008
Felix (3) and I have been going rounds lately. He is the most stubborn person I've ever known. The other morning he refused to get dress, refused to get in the car...pretty much anything I asked him to do was a fight. And that was only at 8 am! I finally lost it and asked him why he was being so mean to me.

Well I dropped him off at school and dad picked him up. The second he walked in the door he came right to me and said "Mommy I'm sorry for being mean to you this morning." {Dagger in the heart}
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Registered: 11-18-2008

What a beautiful thing for her to do! Very mature. (And sorry for your loss.)

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Registered: 12-06-2010

That's pretty amazing...and incredibly touching. There are plenty of adults who wouldn't be able to do that.