History Heartwarming / TheBabysittersClub

9th May '16 11:57:54 AM LadyNorbert
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** Doubly heartwarming is the fact that the reason she knows is that she went out of her way to help Claudia study for the test and at the beginning of the book, was seen praising her little sister warmly at her successes on the practice test.

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** Doubly heartwarming is the fact that the reason she knows Claudia didn't cheat is that because she went out of her way to help Claudia study for the test and and, at the beginning of the book, was seen praising her little sister warmly at her successes on the practice test.



* At the end of the first book, Stacey confesses all those doctor's visits to New York City and all the secrets, were due to the fact she has diabetes; she then tells of being ostracized at her old school and how her parents decided to move to Stoneybrook (because it was less stressful), the club just accept her and Kristy tells her the news isn't a big deal, they'll keep something on hand for her to snack on and her own cousin has diabetes.

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* At the end of the first book, Stacey confesses confesses: all those doctor's visits trips to New York City City, and all the secrets, were due to the fact she has diabetes; she diabetes. She then tells of being ostracized at her old school and how her parents decided to move to Stoneybrook (because it was less stressful), the stressful). The club members just accept her and Kristy tells her the news isn't a big deal, her own cousin has diabetes and she understands what Stacey has to contend with; they'll make sure to keep something on hand for her to snack on and her own cousin has diabetes.eat.



** Kristy's Mom even noted that the late Mrs. Spier greeted them with a homemade cake and after Kristy recounts the details to Mary Anne, the latter said she'll look for the recipe to make one as a token of gratitude.
* In "The Truth About Stacey", all of the reconciliations we see are adorable as is how dedicated the girls are to the kids they sit for.

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** Kristy's Mom mom even noted notes that the late Mrs. Spier greeted welcomed them to the neighborhood with a homemade cake and after cake. After Kristy recounts the details to Mary Anne, the latter said Mary Anne promises that she'll look for the recipe to make one as a token of gratitude.
* In "The ''The Truth About Stacey", Stacey'', all of the reconciliations we see are adorable adorable, as is how dedicated the girls are to the kids they sit for.for.
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20th Dec '15 3:08:47 PM ladyofthelibrary
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** During a later visit, Jeff greets his Connecticut family with a particularly bad joke, not even giving Richard a chance to finish his logical deduction of the answer. Richard acknowledges he wouldn't have got it, and proceeds tell Jeff about a knock-knock joke he heard at the office, leading to the two of them wandering off in their own little world.

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** During a later visit, Jeff greets his Connecticut family with a particularly bad joke, not even giving Richard a chance to finish his logical deduction of the answer. Richard acknowledges he wouldn't have got it, and proceeds to tell Jeff about a knock-knock joke he heard at the office, leading to the two of them wandering off in their own little world.



** Kristy's Mom even noted that the late Mrs. Spier greeted them with a homemade cake and after Kristy recounts the details to Mary Anne, the latter said she'll look for the recipe to make one as a token of gratitude.

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** Kristy's Mom even noted that the late Mrs. Spier greeted them with a homemade cake and after Kristy recounts the details to Mary Anne, the latter said she'll look for the recipe to make one as a token of gratitude.gratitude.
* In "The Truth About Stacey", all of the reconciliations we see are adorable as is how dedicated the girls are to the kids they sit for.
1st Nov '15 12:48:25 PM toongrrl1990
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* In ''Mary Anne and the Secret in the Attic'', Kristy asks her mom (who was Mary Anne's parents' neighbor at the time) about Mary Anne being sent to live with her grandparents for a time after her mother's death. Elizabeth Brewer recalls that Richard Spier did it because he was overwhelmed by grief, and was overjoyed when he got Mary Anne back. She ran into him pushing her in her stroller, proud as a peacock, asking her, "Look at my baby girl. Isn't she beautiful?"

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* In ''Mary Anne and the Secret in the Attic'', Kristy asks her mom (who was Mary Anne's parents' neighbor at the time) about Mary Anne being sent to live with her grandparents for a time after her mother's death. Elizabeth Brewer recalls that Richard Spier did it because he was overwhelmed by grief, and was overjoyed when he got Mary Anne back. She ran into him pushing her in her stroller, proud as a peacock, asking her, "Look at my baby girl. Isn't she beautiful?"beautiful?"
** Kristy's Mom even noted that the late Mrs. Spier greeted them with a homemade cake and after Kristy recounts the details to Mary Anne, the latter said she'll look for the recipe to make one as a token of gratitude.
21st Sep '15 9:44:06 PM Waterlily
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* When Kristy's stepfather (of whom she was once very resentful) has a heart attack, she tells the 911 operator that "Something is wrong with my dad!"

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* When Kristy's stepfather (of whom she was once very resentful) has a heart attack, she tells the 911 operator that "Something is wrong with my dad!"father!"
12th Jul '15 1:46:57 AM K
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* At the end of the first book, Stacey confesses all those doctor's visits to New York City and all the secrets, were due to the fact she has diabetes; she then tells of being ostracized at her old school and how her parents decided to move to Stoneybrook (because it was less stressful), the club just accept her and Kristy tells her the news isn't a big deal, they'll keep something on hand for her to snack on and her own cousin has diabetes.

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* At the end of the first book, Stacey confesses all those doctor's visits to New York City and all the secrets, were due to the fact she has diabetes; she then tells of being ostracized at her old school and how her parents decided to move to Stoneybrook (because it was less stressful), the club just accept her and Kristy tells her the news isn't a big deal, they'll keep something on hand for her to snack on and her own cousin has diabetes.diabetes.
* In ''Mary Anne and the Secret in the Attic'', Kristy asks her mom (who was Mary Anne's parents' neighbor at the time) about Mary Anne being sent to live with her grandparents for a time after her mother's death. Elizabeth Brewer recalls that Richard Spier did it because he was overwhelmed by grief, and was overjoyed when he got Mary Anne back. She ran into him pushing her in her stroller, proud as a peacock, asking her, "Look at my baby girl. Isn't she beautiful?"
12th Jul '15 1:39:20 AM K
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** During a later visit, Jeff greets his Connecticut family with a particularly bad joke, not even giving Richard a chance to finish his logical deduction of the answer. Richard acknowledges he wouldn't have got it, and proceeds tell Jeff about a knock-knock joke he heard at the office, leading to the two of them wandering off in their own little world.
11th Jul '15 1:20:13 PM toongrrl1990
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* Richard Spier and Jeff Schafer trying to get along after Richard marries Dawn and Jeff's mom. Richard is terrified of dealing with him because he's only raised a very girly daughter, while Jeff is wary of him because, hey, he's met Mary Anne. Jeff, who is sporty and extremely irreverent and jokey, mostly sticks to calling Richard "sir," which they both know is awkward and not right. They finally start bonding shortly before Jeff leaves to go back to California, when Richard leads Jeff and his friends in singing ''every song about California known to man.''

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* Richard Spier and Jeff Schafer trying to get along after Richard marries Dawn and Jeff's mom. Richard is terrified of dealing with him because he's only raised a very girly daughter, while Jeff is wary of him because, hey, he's met Mary Anne. Jeff, who is sporty and extremely irreverent and jokey, mostly sticks to calling Richard "sir," which they both know is awkward and not right. They finally start bonding shortly before Jeff leaves to go back to California, when Richard leads Jeff and his friends in singing ''every song about California known to man.''''
* At the end of the first book, Stacey confesses all those doctor's visits to New York City and all the secrets, were due to the fact she has diabetes; she then tells of being ostracized at her old school and how her parents decided to move to Stoneybrook (because it was less stressful), the club just accept her and Kristy tells her the news isn't a big deal, they'll keep something on hand for her to snack on and her own cousin has diabetes.
6th Feb '15 1:27:23 AM K
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* In ''Jessi's Secret Language'', Jessi is babysitting for Matt Braddock, who is deaf. She introduces Matt to the neighborhood kids, and they start playing baseball. During an argument about a play, Jessi notices that the kids are arguing verbally, and is about to remind them to sign as well so that Matt can follow along, but before she can, the kids themselves ''back up'' and ''start the argument over again'', this time with sign language. Later on, Jessi observes that they've stopped talking entirely, and are just signing instead along with Matt.

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* In ''Jessi's Secret Language'', Jessi is babysitting for Matt Braddock, who is deaf. She introduces Matt to the neighborhood kids, and they start playing baseball. During an argument about a play, Jessi notices that the kids are arguing verbally, and is about to remind them to sign as well so that Matt can follow along, but before she can, the kids themselves ''back up'' and ''start the argument over again'', this time with sign language. Later on, Jessi observes that they've stopped talking entirely, and are just signing instead along with Matt.Matt.
* Richard Spier and Jeff Schafer trying to get along after Richard marries Dawn and Jeff's mom. Richard is terrified of dealing with him because he's only raised a very girly daughter, while Jeff is wary of him because, hey, he's met Mary Anne. Jeff, who is sporty and extremely irreverent and jokey, mostly sticks to calling Richard "sir," which they both know is awkward and not right. They finally start bonding shortly before Jeff leaves to go back to California, when Richard leads Jeff and his friends in singing ''every song about California known to man.''
19th Oct '14 5:03:06 PM K
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* In ''Jessi's Secret Language'', Jessi is babysitting for Matt Braddock, who is deaf. She introduces Matt to the neighborhood kids, and they start playing baseball. During an argument about a play, Jessi notices that the kids are arguing verbally, and is about to remind them to sign as well so that Matt can follow along, but before she can, the kids themselves ''back up'' and ''start the argument over again'', this time with sign language. Later on, Jessi observes that they've stopped talking entirely, and are just signing instead along with Matt.

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* In ''Jessi's Secret Language'', Jessi is babysitting for Matt Braddock, who is deaf. She introduces Matt to the neighborhood kids, and they start playing baseball. During an argument about a play, Jessi notices that the kids are arguing verbally, and is about to remind them to sign as well so that Matt can follow along, but before she can, the kids themselves ''back up'' and ''start the argument over again'', this time with sign language. Later on, Jessi observes that they've stopped talking entirely, and are just signing instead along with Matt.
19th Oct '14 5:03:06 PM K
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----* In ''Jessi's Secret Language'', Jessi is babysitting for Matt Braddock, who is deaf. She introduces Matt to the neighborhood kids, and they start playing baseball. During an argument about a play, Jessi notices that the kids are arguing verbally, and is about to remind them to sign as well so that Matt can follow along, but before she can, the kids themselves ''back up'' and ''start the argument over again'', this time with sign language. Later on, Jessi observes that they've stopped talking entirely, and are just signing instead along with Matt.
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