to her cries. Natty climbed over the railing of her crib and slid down the leg to the floor. To her knowledge no one knew of her ability to climb out of the crib on her own. Many a time she had done this and had helped herself to pieces of pie, cake and other goodies left in the refrig- erator when no one was around.
She had not found them on the front deck of the river boat. They weren't on the back deck either. Where could they be?
many an occasion I go by this way to my favourite fishing spot and I swear I've seen the baby in there all by her- self," George declared as he pointed to a dilapidated river boat.
George knocked on the door, the door swung open inwardly, and George stepped in.
the baby on the front deck all by her self." Ms. Lacombe relaxed. It had been a wild goose chase. After all, the mother had to be around, she still received Mothers' Allowance at the same address.
have been notified. Maybe the mother had just been out of sight when you had observed the child alone," Clare suggested. Stepping off the ramp onto the dirt trail, Ms. Lacombe thanked George Stewart. "I appreciate your concern and for coming to us. I'll look in to this further, I promise, and I will notify you of any new developments in this case, if we find any."
become quite attracted to this woman he had only met a few times in coffee shops. She was the first person that had come to his mind when he first became concerned about the river boat kids, but he held off until he had become reasonably sure he had reason to officially involve the Childrens' Aid Society.
notify you if any thing new develops in this case."
He asked shyly, wringing his hat." Clare smiled at his simplicity and said, "Wednesdays are slow." George grinned and almost whooped. Instead he said, "Wit is!" He turned and ambled off towards his four by four parked in front of her car.
fisherman snooping around the river boat a couple times when I stayed home from school to intercept calls for mom. I guess I must be getting good at imitating her voice. Unless you want to give it up! If we do we will be separated and put in different homes, you know. If that happens we may never see each other again. I read once in the National Enquirer about twins that had been separated