Trying to find his new home in the pouring rain, Bobby winds up falling into a mud puddle and is soaked from head to toe. A neighbor girl offers to takes Bobby home, where his rainy day adventure begins.
Table of Contents:
- Chapter 1 - [Comments - 3] - (2712 words)
- Chapter 2 - [Comments - 0] - (2430 words)
- Chapter 3 - [Comments - 3] - (3933 words)
- Chapter 4 - [Comments - 0] - (3873 words)
- Chapter 5 - [Comments - 0] - (3398 words)
- Chapter 6 - [Comments - 1] - (3358 words)
- Chapter 7 - [Comments - 0] - (3977 words)
- Chapter 8 - [Comments - 0] - (3163 words)
- Chapter 9 - [Comments - 0] - (4004 words)
- Chapter 10 - [Comments - 0] - (3831 words)
- Chapter 11 - [Comments - 0] - (3181 words)
- Chapter 12 - [Comments - 0] - (2782 words)
- Chapter 13 - [Comments - 1] - (3384 words)
Bobby struggles with his feelings about wearing borrowed girls clothes and a dinner conversation turns into an asparagus eating contest between him and Cori. What does Bobby have to gain (or lose) to such a contest, and why is Cori grinning like that?
In chapter four Bobby has fun playing 'Mommy and Baby' with Cori until Terri bursts into Cori's room with some shocking news.
Still in the dress he wound up wearing while playing 'Mommy and Baby' with Cori, Bobby runs through a poorly lit hospital parking lot to see his mother, who's just been in a car accident. But running though dark parking lots, even at best of times, is never a very good idea.
Bobby *finally* gets to see his mother in the hospital ... while wearing his new friend's dress. Just as he starts coping with her reaction, the last person Bobby wanted to see bursts in and winds up trying to drag him away.
Bobby is reunited with two people he thought he'd never see again, but Cori, Terri and Aunt Joan seem to have disappeared. Could they have been part of the dream he's woken from? If so, then why is he still wearing a frilly pink dress?
Aunt Joan surprises Bobby when he finds himself in an embarassing situation, and Cori finally reveals what she's hiding in her closet.
It's a brand new morning for Bobby: a time for secrets to be revealed and sisterhood to be discovered. It's also a day for his father to return ... this time with the law on his side.
While Cori and Terri rush off to school, Aunt Joan stays home with Bobby while he recovers from his injury. Today is the day he finally gets to change back into his boy clothes. Will Aunt Joan start treating him more like a boy now? More importantly, how will Bobby feel now that he's no longer wearing Cori's pretty clothes?
In this chapter, Bobby is invited to Cori's sleepover and semi-officially acquires some new pronouns. We also learn a bit more about Bobby's father and get a little more insight into how he and his child feel about each other.
While getting ready to meet with two girls from school who've been invited to Cori's sleep-over, Bobby gets a call from the hospital, talk to her mom, and learns a bit about both her parents as well as her part in their divorce. Worried about being accepted, Bobby braces herself to meet Rhianna and Tess, and discovers what kinds of friends they can be.
In this chapter, Bobby has fun with Cori, Tess, and Rhianna at the slumber party. Everything seems to be going fine ... until someone walks in on Bobby while she's getting changed for bed. Will anything ever be the same for her again? Read on and find out!