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Reminder: kids can hear you when you talk about them. I’ve noticed a tendency of some adults to talk about a child to another adult while that child is still very much in earshot. Like, right next to the speaker. Sometimes it’s innocuous enough, like recounting something cute/funny they just did–“Did you hear what he just said?”–although I would still caution that a kid could interpret that as you laughing at them and be hurt by it. But sometimes it’s really something that shouldn’t be said while the child can hear it. We had a four year old girl get very upset because her playdough fish got squished and another teacher said to me, right over the girl’s head, “I didn’t know she was so sensitive. I’ll have to remember that.” Please don’t say these things in front of children. Just because you’re talking in a grown-up voice and not talking-to-kids voice doesn’t mean they can’t hear you or process what you’ve said. Sure, it’s good to make observations on how kids in your care react to certain situations, but do it in private.



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Bat-Kids React to BatCat Engagement
  • Dick: Super-excited, just wants his dad to be happy. Throws himself into wedding preparation. Lives for this. Takes cake-tasting far more seriously than either the bride or groom.
  • Jason: Passive-aggressive questioning in the fake voice of a 10-year-old, just to annoy Bruce. Is not actually worried about whether he'll have to share his room with the cats. Selina finds it hilarious. Bruce is unamused.
  • Tim: "...You know, I knew something ridiculous was going to happen while I was not-dead. This wasn't even in the top twenty worst-case scenarios, so...congrats?"
  • Cass: Quietly super-happy. Subtly works cat motifs into her costume. Tags along with Selina on patrol.
  • Steph: "About time. This house needs some more feminine energy. They're always ganging up on me."
  • "Stephanie, you don't even live here."
  • "New mommy, dad's being mean to me again."
  • Damian: Is mainly worried about Alfred the cat and how he'll react to his new step-cats.
  • Duke: Polite, welcoming, genuinely congratulatory. Also practical. Makes sure all the valuable Wayne Manor paintings are secured to the wall. Especially any with a cat in them.
  • Harper: Takes over bachelorette party planning. Has binders of blackmail material on Bruce to show Selina. This is her moment.
  • Barbara: Is just glad the tabloids will stop shipping her and Batman.

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(Clark doesn’t want people teasing his angry small step son tbh. Also He doesn’t want anyone hurt.)

I had this idea of people telling how Damian is Clark’s cute son and him not knowing how to react.