Reviewer: supernaturalfan13 (Signed)
31/12/09 04:32 PM · On:
I love big brother Dean and oblivious Sammy!! too cute!
Reviewer: garvaldmains (Signed)
28/11/07 12:00 PM · On:
Wonderful stuff, love the back stories. Brilliant writing...
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it.
Reviewer: Shannondoah (Signed)
28/10/07 04:46 PM · On:
I love your attention to detail--where their eyes look when they move their heads, John lifting Sam's legs into the air to untuck the blanket. Very easy to picture in my mind!
It's adorable when Sammy tells Dean he's whisp'ing!
So sad that John is unable to answer the questions that are most important to Sam. Sad that he can barely listen at the door.
Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoy the little details. I don't think most people pick up on them! Haha. I always thought Sammy would be an adorable child who just didn't understand the hardships that befell the family. That lack of understanding really shaped Sam into the man he became. Dean was always in the know how, but Sam was always sheltered from the horrors. I'm glad you enjoyed.
Reviewer: kwater (Signed)
16/10/07 10:09 PM · On:
Absolutely terrific, I must have missed this one somehow. So glad I found it. Loved everything you did, John's mixture of love for his boys, and his own grief was heartbreaking. Great job - k
Author's Response: I'm glad you found it as well if you enjoyed it! I really wanted to strike a balance between the Winchester boys that would explain how they became the men they did. Thanks for reviewing.
Reviewer: Shade (Signed)
11/10/07 08:51 AM · On:
'Why's it called Christmas and not Birth of Jesus Day or something?'
LOL. That is an extremely valid question. xD Wow, this was awesomely sweet. Great job and thanks for the fantastic read!
Author's Response: I'm glad that you enjoyed it. I had to show heartwarming Sammy.
Reviewer: Cookie6 (Signed)
29/09/07 01:01 AM · On:
Yep, i reckon that's just the way it would'a happened. Loved the astute little Dean. Loved Sam's cuddling up to his dad, loved John's softer side. Well done.
Author's Response: I'm glad that you liked it. I always thought, when Sam was younger, he's be one of those kids who wanted hugs and kisses all the time as well as just general cuddling.
Reviewer: aripagetx_uk (Signed)
16/08/07 06:46 AM · On:
as they say in the UK... Spot On!
not being from the UK... but now living in... anyway just have to say that the conversation 4 year old Sam had with John was so like the one I had with my father at that age...
Author's Response: Oh, you're so lucky. I've always wanted to like in the UK. It's a dream of mine. Anyways, it is a horrible conversation to have with a youngster. I too had a similar conversation was I was around five or six. It's really the worst conversation you can have.
Reviewer: ciel4 (Signed)
16/08/07 12:42 AM · On:
awwww. So sad. Loved it that Dean knows how much Sam's questions upset their dad, and is willing to carry that burden. Awwww again! Well done!
Author's Response: I always pictured Dean carrying a lot of the burden to help his dad. It just seems so Dean, you know?
Reviewer: Soennelchen (Signed)
15/08/07 01:48 AM · On:
Beautiful! What do you tell alittle boy about death? I think you did very well. And of course, even at young age, Dean was the one getting to take care of Sammy and answer the tough questions for him. Thanks for a really good read.
Author's Response: It really hit me as odd that Dean would answer Sam's questions as a child, so I needed to write a one-shot that explained why since I'm probably the biggest John supporter out there. Thanks for reading.
Reviewer: lekelly (Signed)
14/08/07 05:13 PM · On:
Difficult understanding death as an adult , even harder as a child well done . Many thanks Lorraine
Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for reading.