Teddy certainly had done it that time, for the babies were 'Daisy' and 'Demi' to the end of the chapter.
The baby was the soul of honor, and protested with all its might.
The baby, he thought, must have been that younger boy, and he wondered what had become of the woman, and how she was separated from the sons she held with so much love.
The sacque you made the baby is the prettiest thing I have ever seen, and is perfectly adorable on her!
I have seen it asleep as peacefully as one of my babies (all the hospital babies are children of my heart), and I have seen it in anger, like a brutal giant.
In Japan, when a child is born, a paper sign of a doll or a fish is put up outside the house, to signify whether the baby is a girl or a boy--the boy being destined to swim against the stream and make his own way in the world, and the girl being a doll to be played with.
I said the baby I had seen at the inn was not my niece, and nobody doubted my word.
‘My dear Jane,’ faltered my mother, a little abashed by the harsh tone of this inquiry, ‘I find that the baby’s eyes and Davy’s are exactly alike.’
Then, come in her friend to watch alongside of her bed; and then she know’d as the old boat warn’t round that next pint in the bay no more, but was fur off; and know’d where she was, and why; and broke out a-crying on that good young woman’s bosom, wheer I hope her baby is a-lying now, a-cheering of her with its pretty eyes!’