Peter & Company P&C #268: The Hardest Part of the Job

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This is the first big reveal for what happens to kids after they lose their Guardians. For most children, they simply forget ever having them, but they retain all the lessons and experiences that they had with them. Those with Elites, however, never forget them. To these children, their Guardians aren’t Guardians; they are pets, friends, and individuals of significance within their lives.

As Eddy pointed out earlier, an Elite can remain close to their assigned child for much longer than a typical Guardian. They can even remain lifelong friends with them if necessary. After this, Chloe will be a part of Chelsea’s life for a long time to come.
 

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Too much TMI...Too much TMI!!!
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OMGG! This page made me hurt…in the feels. The feels! T_T
 

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This reminds me of an "invisible friend" I had when I was a kid. His name was Jackie Donnie and, apparently, I played and talked with him a lot up until I was 6 or 7... and I have no memory of him AT ALL. Only after I became an adult my mom and dad both, at separate times, asked me about whatever happened to him and told me all about what they remembered from that time. I still remember nothing. From what I told my mom and dad about him, though, he must have been pretty darned awesome.
 
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This reminds me of an "invisible friend" I had when I was a kid. His name was Jackie Donnie and, apparently, I played and talked with him a lot up until I was 6 or 7... and I have no memory of him AT ALL. Only after I became an adult my mom and dad both, at separate times, asked me about whatever happened to him and told me all about what they remembered from that time. I still remember nothing. From what I told my mom and dad about him, though, he must have been pretty darned awesome.
It's been shown that parents will remember their child's imaginary friend more clearly than the child themselves after growing up.