Anonymous asked: Why didn't you get a pet for Henry? Henry seems to like Pongo very much. And even if you've told that Henry has never asked for one, you could use an excuse, like 'I wanted one'. A pet could be the perfect thing to 'fix' things, or make things better. It is also very beneficial for growing kids.
If Henry never wanted one, and I never wanted one, why would I get an animal to have to clean up after?
You must be an expert in raising children.
Anonymous asked: Shame on you! Henry isn't Henry, and yet you didn't recognise that. I hope you'll realise soon that something is off about him... Please keep a very good eye on him!
Excuse me? Shame on me? For what?
Anonymous asked: Why hadn't you used that chance when you had Pandora's Box to lock Pan up? You may regret not using that chance...
I had my son’s heart in my hand. I was focused on him, not the brat who refused to grow up.
asked: Hi! I´m glad you´re reunited with Henry. I´ve a question: How do you remember that you drank a potion to forget? Isn´t that something for you to worry about? Do you remember why did you drink it in first place?
When Ms. Swan made her way to Storybrooke, I remembered everything.
asked: Don't start getting used to compliments from me but I have to give you credit where it is due. You did a great job with Henry. I hardly expected you to be any form of a good Mother and yet, here we are. I am rather surprised to say that I am pleased to be proven wrong.
It is hard to believe, isn’t it? Considering.
Anonymous asked: I kinda (I guess?) understand why you've drank that potion thingy to forget some things, but wasn't it a big risk to drink it? You of all people should know that you must pay a price for it. Weren't you afraid that something even worse would happen to you (or worse, to Henry)?
The price did come. Ten years later.
I knew it would happen. But what I gained was worth it.
Anonymous asked: You almost gave up Henry. What changed your mind?
He’d already been given up twice. I couldn’t…look at him and let him go again. Not when I know what it is to feel like you have no one.
Henry was already wrapped around my heart.
Anonymous asked: What is the hardest thing for you when you were raising Henry?
After getting past that initial…hurdle? The lack of sleep. The first three months I don’t think I slept a full night. But by month four he seemed to get the hang of things.
Anonymous asked: That time when you drank that potion to forget, was that the first time in eighteen years you've used magic?
Yes, it was. I’d had no reason to use magic up to that point, and no reason to again for another ten years.