My Triplet Ballerinas: Characteristics (Pretend vs. Real)
My triplet ballerinas are my triplet grand-daughters, Makenna, Jaeli and Maysie.
One of the things you need to do when writing a story is give character traits (words used to describe a person) to your characters. Here are the character traits I gave to my “pretend” triplet ballerinas compared to the ones of their counterparts, my own “real” triplet granddaughters:
“Annie” is spirited and fearless. She is very confident in her abilities. I have a feeling she might be bossy too! Makenna might be described sometimes as bossy too. She is intelligent (very smart and studious) and creative (her drawings and ideas are so good). She is also always helpful (if you ask her, she will help without complaint).
“Julie” is determined and hardworking. I think she can be self-critical, but never critical of her sisters. She might be a bit of a perfectionist too! Jaeli can also be self-critical at times. She could also be described as being shy and maybe solitary since she has been known to spend time alone reading or watching her tablet. She is very affectionate (always giving hugs).
“Macie” could be described as shy or timid. She is also uncertain, but hopeful. She is definitely a follower, not a leader! Maysie is the dramatic triplet, but also kind-hearted. She is imaginative at writing stories and talented at cooking meals, both of which she loves to do. Beverly