• NotNotMike
    141 month ago

    Excellent point on the peers, I was thinking about that as well.

    Humans love to talk to other humans who have shared experiences. People get excited when they find someone who went to the same school as them, even if they were years apart. Those shared experiences help us bond and connect with others.

    Who in the world can she bond with? Few people have experienced anything close to what she has. I worry that it will lead to somewhat of a lonely existence, at least until she’s old enough that she has some more experiences under her belt and can begin to relate to others more. Until then, the experience that 95% of Americans share is missing.

    I’m hoping it’s something that will balance out as she gets older, but I don’t see it being a fun time for the first decade at least.