In this prompt, you are two years old. Write this in the perspective of a toddler. So be childlike! PLAY!
If you want a little more of a challenge, included this information in your story.
Give yourself a name (with the initials C.A.T.)
What is your hair and eye color?
What's your favorite food?
What are your sibling names/ages (if you have siblings)?
How do they treat you?
What are your thoughts on toilet training?
Start your story with: Here I am stuck in my crib...
Here I am stuck in my crib and I want out. I want my toys. I want to see what mommy and daddy are doing. Maybe we can play hide and seek. I tried to escape once but I fell and got a boo-boo. I'm scared to tried it again. But I don't want to stay in here anymore.
From where I am standing I can see the tall mirror across the room. I stick my tongue out, squishing my face with my hands and squinted my brown eyes. It looks funny but there's no one around it see. I'm bored now and it's not fun to play alone.
I want out.
"Mommy! Mommy!" I said, holding the bars of my crib and jumping on my bed, "I want out."
I didn't have to wait long because mommy came in, wiping her wet hands on the apron she was wearing.
"Did you have a nice nap, Catherine? Do you have to go potty?" she asked, smiling and picking me up.
"Nooo, I'm Cat! Call me Cat!" I said, wanting to be put down. "I don't have to go potty. Can we play hide and seek?"
"Not right now, sweety. I just finished making lunch but we can play later. Do you think you can wait until then?" she asked, tucking a brown strand of my hair behind my ear.
"Aw, okay, but I wanna play now," I pouted.
"But I made your favorite. I know you don't want to eat cold chicken nuggets and macaroni and cheese. So if you're a good girl I will give you a cookie after you eat and then we can play," Mommy replied, carrying me to the kitchen and placing me on my special chair.
"Are you sure you don't have to go potty?" she asked again.
"I'm a big girl! I can go potty when I need to go," I said, swinging my legs.
"Alright. I just want to make sure you're not holding it in," she said, setting the table and calling everyone for lunch.
· Fri Jan 17, 2014 @ 06:19pm · 0 Comments