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Mothers Cry

Danny myself afterwards and it was hard because the only way I could do anything with him was by promising him things.
Artie made trouble too but it was only baby mischief and he never really meant anything by it but he was always wanting to touch things and to look inside of things and he didn't tease me for things the way Danny did and he could play by himself for a long time and if I had time to explain to him
he always did the way I wanted him to.
Jenny was a darling. She was just beginning to walk and to talk and she never gave me a minute's trouble. She was always the same quiet and sweet. Danny didn't like Artie or Jenny and sometimes he would try to pinch them but Artie was very strong and he could hit back.
When Beatty was born mama said she looked just like Aunt Kate's Gussie. Mama told me that now Gussie was a real bad woman that the actor she ran away with never married her and now she just sat in saloons all the time and some people said she even smoked cigarettes and she put red stuff on her cheeks and she made her hair yellow. But I said to mama never fear Beatty wouldn't turn out that way. But I really didn't think much about how they would turn out because it was always so hard to think of the babies being grown up people. So for the time being all I could see about Beatty was a tiny little bit of a thing all dark complected with black hair a little bit curly and I thought how I had one light boy though Danny was really red haired and one dark boy and one light girl and one dark girl and I thought it was sort of nice to have them that way so kind of even like.

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