Amy’s Short Stories

Last week we heard from Crystal Jigsaw, and this week, I’d like you to meet, Amy, her daughter. Amy is a writer of rhymes and short stories, and like our previous young bloggers, has some wise words to share with us all!

I love your blog, especially all the pictures of you with different animals. What animals are your favorite?

My favourite animals are my dogs, Molly and Sparky. My mum has their pictures on her blog.

Why did you decide to write a blog? How does it make you feel when people read your blog and leave comments for you?

My mum is really proud of me and likes to read my stories so she made a blog for me so that other people could read them too. I love other people reading my blog, it makes me very happy.

Here is a link to my blog:

Sometimes your Mom writes about the fun things you do together. What is your favorite thing to do with your Mom and Dad?

I love playing on the farm especially taking my dogs for walks. I also like playing on my scooter and my climbing frame.

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to have a brother or sister? What is it like to be the only child in your family?

I want a brother and a sister but my mum and dad don’t want anymore children. I like being an only one too but it is nice to have friends to play with.

I have a daughter almost your age, and she sometimes has a rough time if we go some place that is very crowded or very bright or very loud. Do places like that bother you? What do you think I could do to help my daughter when things like that start to bother her?

I don’t like noisy places like disco’s. Also I don’t like going to parties because they get too loud and I hate the happy birthday song. I keep shouting stupid when other children are singing. My mum doesn’t take me to parties anymore and she doesn’t take me to noisy places either. She hugs me and kisses me and makes me feel very loved.

Is there anything you are afraid of? What do you do when you start to feel afraid?

I don’t like spiders. I always shout my dad to move any if they are in my bedroom.

If you could tell all the parents in the world just one thing, what would it be?

Love your child as much as my mum loves me. Children should be seen, and heard.

Deborah can be found writing here at 5MFSN every Sunday and Wednesday, and can also be found at Pipecleaner Dreams.

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