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I like that you respond to this prompt through your own voice, but you make the second character (your future toddler) feel so close that you can understand what he/she is thinking as much as you can understand what the main character is thinking. When I read this, I felt I could understand both you and the toddler; it made me feel like, as I read the words through, that I was asking the questions AND answering them. That's a cool feeling for the reader to have. Another thing I liked was that through the eyes and voice of the child, I felt as confused as the child was, asking the toddler's questions over and over again in my head, which brought back memories when I was younger.
'Faith is believing in something when there's no guarantee that promise will be kept.'
This was my favorite line because I find that there are times when I feel I have a lot of faith, and then there are times when I don't. I'm not always sure what triggers me to have faith, but for the past few days I've been in the middle of what feels like a circle of faith: faith in my family, faith in my world; the parts I like and the parts I don't like, and faith in my moments; good and bad. So I've been thinking a lot about faith. I don't know if it's getting me anywhere, but I have been spending quite a bit of time with faith on my mind.
I'd like to know more about the toddler because though I feel like I understand her as she asks question after question, I'd like to see you turn her into a living, breathing, full fleshed character. What does she look like? What are some of her moods, good and bad? Does she have a favorite dessert (recalling memories of my childhood, I know firsthand that a child considers her favorite dessert a big part of her).
I loved reading this! Not only did it say a lot about the child narrator, it said a lot about the world-- how confusing it is for a child, and how confusing it still is for those who are grown up. Great job!