When we venture out to just about any public place, we get starred at.   We’ve all gotten used to it. 

Sometimes people stare because they’re “freaked out.” (A little girl once walked up to Sienna and told her that she freaked her out.  Sad.)  However, most often, I think people stare because they’re curious. 

Occassionaly, people will come up to us and start talking.  They want to curb their curiousity.  They’re usually full of questions and we don’t mind answering those questions. 

What questions would you like answered? 🙂

2 thoughts on “Questions?

  1. I read your blog from time to time and enjoy it. My wife and I have 7 children, and we too get stares and questions from curious onlookers…and on occasion, rude comments as well.
    As far as this post, our younger kids are very curious about people who look different they they do.
    So I have two questions:

    1. What advice would you give on how curb their curiosity without coming off as being rude or disrespectful? We teach our children not to “stare” or point etc., but sometimes they are honestly curious and avoiding the questions sometimes brings more chaos than just seeking out answers. Generally we tell them that it is “none of our business” until one says, “What if they need prayer”.

    2. What is the most worrisome part for you about Sienna’s disorder?


    The Wilson’s
    Jeremy and Robin,
    Hannah, Jonah, Noah, Samuel, Mary-Faith, John-Caleb, and Lydia.

    • Please forgive me for the late reply and charge it to my head and not my heart.

      Thank you for questions!!

      It sounds like you guys are doing a great job with your kiddos. 🙂

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