11 year old daughter

run sweetheart run|| old man logan

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So, I’m hoping to finish the requests that I’ve been sent and then maybe post the Mark Sloan oneshot that I came up with last night! But please, considering I’m one of the few blogs that strictly does Old Man Logan, my requests are open for him and Young!Charles Xavier. If you haven’t seen yours yet, PLEASE inform me! They get lost very easily, especially if they’re on Anon!

Requested by Anon: You’ve been on the run from the government since the beginning of mutant extinction, which somehow puts you in the paths of none other then the Wolverine and his 11 year old daughter. Because of his cautiousness and lack of trust in people, Logan immediately assumes that you’ve come as a trap to get to him and Laura, but you prove him wrong. How? You may or may not have your own set of his adamantium claws.

Song lyrics come from Run Boy Run 

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Some unsolicited parenting advice, from a clueless dad:

Above is my 16 year old daughter. Starting at age 11 or so, she has made black her primary choice in clothing color, going through scene, emo, and now goth styles. Not what I would prefer (and I know her mom dreamed of shopping at J. Crew, et al, with her), but if that’s her thing, more power to her.

At age 13, through much negotiations, she convinced us to let her dye her hair blue. Despite me not being excited about it, I still thought she was beautiful and it was temporary, right? My wife wondered what others would think, and I realized that I really cared not one bit about what others thought about my daughter’s hair or clothes. It was kind of liberating, to be honest.

After blue, came black, then white, then hot pink, before she decided she was done with it. So giving in was just 2 years of stained towels and pillowcases, but it was out of her system. Bam.

Anywho, she wanted some crazy looking (and cheaply made) combat boots that summer. I told her, “Listen…there are these boots, called Doc Martens…” but she wasn’t sure. I finally convinced her, and bought them, and it wasn’t long before she loved them and has had a pair ever since.

Recently she decided she wanted a leather jacket, and sent me pics of these flimsy things from Urban Outfitters, and the like. I told her, “You could get a nice, simple biker jacket-the style hasn’t changed in over half a century, and it will always be cool. And it won’t get torn up like these jackets your sending me-it’s meant to protect a rider on a motorcycle.” Again, she wasn’t sure, but did some research, and decided yes.

The above pic is on the way home from getting her an actual motorcycle jacket. She loves it and has not taken it off since getting it. She wears hoodies or sweaters underneath when it’s cold, or just a tee shirt when we’ve had warmer weather.

So here’s the advice from me: Pick your battles, try to guide your kids when you can, (even when their path is very different from yours), and take solace in the fact that some of their crazy choices are short-term.

Officer Pricer

“This morning an officer checked on a suspicious occupied vehicle. During his investigation, he learned the people in the vehicle were a mother and her 11-year-old daughter and they had been living out of their car. The officer contacted our Homeless Task Force to help arrange housing. As the officer worked on housing arrangements with the mother, another officer on scene, Officer Pricer, began displaying his expertise in hopscotch to the daughter.“

“In a world where tyranny and evil have taken over the planet and aliens have obliterated all ADULTS leaving their now orphan children defensless, only one brat with courage-the deceased Princess Diana’s only daughter, 11 year old BRIANNA, donned in her mommy’s likeness- can stand up to the menacing aliens.

Equipped with bracelet communicators and manufacturing her very own GIANT ROBOT defender from scraps of metal, she takes on the alien forces of EVIL! Or something like that. Together, they are: THE GIANT WONDER!!! ”

Corny premise, I know. But it was a Wonder Woman remix idea contest sketch I did in good fun, 9 year ago. :P

Colors by Josh Burcham. https://twitter.com/i/notifications


Natania in every episode - Swear

We have an endless supply of fish here. One of the perks of living so close to the ocean. You, um, you think, Tara, it’s something you could get used to? I’m hoping to convince you to stay. It would be the perfect solution to our problem. We keep our village a secret, and you’d get to put down roots. You’re a skilled fighter, Tara, and a good person. I can tell that. You wouldn’t be leaving anything behind. And if you want, we can help you find your friend. And if he wants to stay, we’ll offer him a home, too. We got into a skirmish with another group. None of [our men] made it. And we lost others, too. Cyndie had an 11-year-old brother, my grandson, and their mother, too, my daughter. After that, we decided to protect ourselves, no matter what. No matter who we crossed, we would kill on sight. We left our old home with just the clothes on our backs. And then we found this place. We would stay hidden. And we would stay alive. Tara, you could have hurt us, and you didn’t. I know we must sound like monsters to you, but I had to be honest so maybe you could understand why we do it. Maybe you could consider staying. And maybe you could be honest with us about where you’re from.

As an 11 year old I had an OC that was Voldemort’s daughter and one girl on Neopets got all angry at me because of how much that ruins canon

(although in my fic I did the reverse, she wanted nothing more than to stop her father)

I wonder where this woman is now. How does she feel about Voldemorts daughter that doesn’t even fit into the timeline…or is a pedophile?

Family meal in Siberia

3 week old newborn with albinism sleeping with his cousin in Kinshasa

Blind albino boys

Girl survived 11 days alone in Siberian forest

Mother with 3 year old daughter They were both attacked by their husband/father.  

I cried when I saw this.  The love and tenderness from her daughter and the fact that I cannot believe someone could do this to their wife and their flesh and blood.  

Yezidi girl carries assault rifle to protect her family from ISIL

Geisha apprentice in Kyoto

A boy rescues his sister from rubble in Syria

Fed up to the ears with old men dreaming up wars for young men to die inquot

The theme of this book is that nothing is perfect, but this book is a Liar McLiar, because this book is perfect.

This is a wise little tome of fairy-fuckery in the guise of a wasp nest. It’s a magical story, and a kind one, and a giant in few words. I wish I had had it to give to my wry and unsentimental 11 year old anxious OCD-ridden self, but I’m very glad that I had it to give my wry and unsentimental 11 year old anxious OCD-ridden daughter. My favorite novel back then was The Fairy Rebel by Lynn Reid Banks; THE NEST grew from similar DNA.

All the stars.

Asked and Answered: An 11-Year-Old Daughter of An Incarcerated Individual Shares Her Story

In a letter, an 11-year-old asked the President to help make it easier for her father to get a job and find the support he needs after he is released from prison.

This is the latest post in our “Asked and Answered” series, in which we periodically feature an exchange between the President or a Senior Administration Official and an American who wrote him. If you’d like to write the President yourself, you can do so here.

Among the 2.2 million people incarcerated in state and federal prisons, more than half are parents of children below the age of 18.

It’s a staggering statistic, with real consequences for the children who live with a parent in prison — many of whom are serving out a punishment that does not fit their crime.

When 11-year-old Madison’s dad was sent to prison, Madison looked for books to help her cope with her sadness and disappointment. When she couldn’t find any that could help her, she wrote her own.

Now, her father is set to be released this August. Madison’s greatest worry is that he won’t have the support he needs to find a job, a home, and a new life that will give them both an opportunity to see each other. So she wrote President Obama to see if there’s anything he can do to help ensure her father and other convicted felons get that support — and President Obama responded.

Read their letters below.

President Barack Obama
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

February 5, 2016

Dear President Obama,

My name is Madison […] and I’m 11 years old. I live in Crofton, Maryland. I’m writing to you about my dad. He’s an inmate at the Patuxent Institute in Jessup, MD. He gets release in August 2016. When he gets out I want him to have a great job, a house, and to see me more often. My biggest wish is for him to be very successful and never go to jail again. It’s really hard for convicted felons to get a great job and find the support they need to be successful. As President of the United States of America, is there anything you can do to make it easier for my dad to get a job and find the support he needs?

As an 11 year old, I thought I didn’t have a voice, but I realized I did. When he went to jail I was sad and disappointed. My mom and I looked for books to help me through this difficult time. We couldn’t find anything to help me. So, on my own, I decided to write a book to help every kid in the world that has a parent in jail. I wanted other kids to know they’re not alone in their situation. On December 1, 2015, I launched my book […] It’s a best seller on Amazon.

If an 11 year old can find the courage to write a book about one of the most embarrassing situations in her life time, then I know you can do something as the President of the United States of America to help support all convicted felons when they get out of jail.

I hope you can find 20 minutes in your day to read my book. Please share it with Mrs. Obama, Malia, and Natasha.

“I will continue to love my daddy and pursue my dreams. His mistakes won’t stop me from being who I’m meant to be. I promise to not judge him by his mistakes, but by the size of his heart.”


Valerie Jarrett
Josh Earnest

The White House

March 27, 2016

Dear Madison,

Thank you for sharing your story with me. Your letter and book reached my desk, and it’s clear you care a lot about your dad and about other kids going through tough situations like yours.

I admire your determination to make sure your dad has the support and resources he needs to put his life back on track and be there for you, and I want you to know that my Administration is working to help people like him rebuild their lives after having made a mistake. Through the Federal Interagency Reentry Council, we are pushing to improve rehabilitation programs, like job training and drug counseling, and to advance reentry programs that would help with things like housing, education, and healthcare. This is an issue that means a lot to me too, and I will keep doing everything I can to make sure all our people have the opportunity to earn a second chance.

Again, thank you for reaching out to me. You’re right that your voice is important, and I trust you will keep working hard to pursue your dreams. I want you to hold on to the optimism and resolve that have brought you this far, and I am confident you will continue to do great things.

Your friend,
Barack Obama

As part of Women’s History Month and in the lead up to the United State of Women Summit, the White House is highlighting stories of women and girls who have been impacted by the criminal justice system, including children of incarcerated parents.

The President read Madison’s letter as one of the 10 letters that he receives each day. Inspired by her story, the White House Council on Women and Girls invited Madison today to join Senior Advisor to the President Valerie Jarrett and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch at the White House Convening on Women and the Criminal Justice System.

The President believes America is a nation of second chances. That’s why he has commuted the prison sentences of 248 people, including 61 individuals announced today, most of whom are low-level drug offenders whose sentences would have been shorter if they were convicted under today’s laws. White House Counsel Neil Eggleston explains here.


Kevin Cooper had been to, and escaped, multiple asylums and prison before the night of the 4th June, 1983, when he broke into the house of the Ryen family in Chino Hills, California and indiscriminately slashed and hacked at every person in the house with a hatchet. The following day, the father, Bill, came to the house to find it covered in blood and his ex-wife, Peggy, and her husband Franklin,dead, with as many as 30 stab wounds each. He also found the couple’s 10-year-old daughter, Jessica, and Bill’s 11-year-old son, Christopher slashed and stabbed to death. The youngest child, 8-year-old Joshua was still alive, surviving a slashed throat and hatchet wound through the skull. 

Pray for Syria and its people, a Syrian father who tried to flee to Italy with his family via sea had his 11 year old daughter die in between his hands due to her medical condition then he was forced to throw her body into the sea. (x)

Saw Inside Out tonight

with my 11 year old daughter. She was recently diagnosed with Autism (leans towards the more Aspergers side of the spectrum) and has always shown no emotion or 100% emotion, with not a lot in between. Watching this movie, I have never seen her get so emotionally involved before, normally it is a blank stare the whole way through and a “I like that movie”. It usually takes a very strong emotional scene to get a reaction from her, but throughout this movie she felt every emotion on screen.

I spent half of the movie watching her react. It was beautiful.

When it finished she said “I think I have people in my head like that. I think everyone does”. On the way home she talked about how they were all different.

Thank you Disney Pixar for helping my daughter understand emotions that little bit more. With her teenage years coming up this movie is going to help her and show it is ok to feel sad or angry or even nothing at all. It’s part of being yourself and creating a more magical you.

sweaty hulking loser at a gamestop tries to start a discussion with your 11 year old daughter

dont you fucking know amiibos are pointless and your parents are fucking idiot scum for playing into the whole locked DLC content thing? listen im 32 butt i love my videogames. they’re fucking us, they’re fucking us all in the asshole and it’s because of you, it’s all because of you and your idiot parents, stacey