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The Hard Life of A Single Mother

by Mariana | Score: 3200

There once was a mother who had a child who couldn't sleep on a lovely night. The baby cried and cried non-stop, this didn't only affect the baby's sleep but it also affected the mother's sleep. The mother ran towards the baby room and walked right through her ginormous library. The mother loved to read books and share the joy she felt by reading them with others. The mother quickly grabbed a kids fairytale and quickly went to the baby's room. She opened the door and sat next to the baby's crib. She started reading the book to the baby to stop him from crying. The book was about a princess who ran away into the woods and found a boy who she slowly fell in love with. Soon enough the baby was sound asleep and the mother was able to go back to her own room and have a lovely night. The next day she awoke and instantly went to the kitchen to make breakfast for herself and her baby. She decided to make pancakes since it was fairly easy. She started doing the mixture and while the pancakes were cooking she quickly went towards the cabinet to get a bottle of syrup. As soon as she did so the pancakes were ready to be taken out from the stove. She grabbed a pair of tongs to grab the pancakes from the stove and place them on a plate. She grabbed a few toppings to add on top of the pancakes and went to the baby's room to wake him up for breakfast. She slowly woke the baby up and brought him downstair

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Words Reach 50 words
Event A baby cries
Letter Use the letter E
Character A joyous book-keeper
Words Reach 100 words
Event Someone falls in love
Words Reach 200 words
Prop Include a bottle of syrup
Prop Include a pair of tongs
Letter Use the letter G

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