Advice on Raising an Elf Child
Ok, first I'll explain what we are. I am a multiple and Evin (the elf in question) is part of our system. I (Nibby), Kanii, and Evin are the three members of this system. I am a sanguarian vampire. Kanii is a lynx/demon. Now on to the concerning part and please bear with me. If you're going to understand this I need to explain a few things.
Evin has been a part of us for about two years now. He looks to be about 4-5 years old. For the length of time he's been with us, he has expressed his ideas to Kanii three times. I don't say "he has spoken" because he has never once said a single word. He'll give her mental pictures and sometimes he sends me feelings every now and then when something big happens, but other than that, he simply exists. Since the day we met, Kanii has taken him under her wing and watched over him. Its always as if she's his mother and I'm something of an aunt. When Kanii isn't taking him somewhere (she's rather adept astrally) he's sleeping. I swear, this kid sleeps ALL THE TIME. For these two years, the only things I have learned about Evin are:
He's a liosalfar.
He seems to like Korn, Evanescense, and foreign techno.
He understands complex ideas like sexuality, religion/spirituality, government, psychology, etc.
For the last 6 months or so he's been sleeping more often, has a rather short temper for me (according to Kanii), and my vampirism has gotten worse.
The main point of all of this is, is his behavior normal for a young elf? I don't know because I've never met on before. From what Kanii says, he's very mature for his age, speaks eloquently, and shows no signs of wanting to change anything. Kanii's been taking him places astrally less and less because he's becoming more and more confrontational. When we're not listening to music or doing stuff for my art classes (he likes to watch), Evin's always sleeping. It's like he goes into a coma or something. Kanii and I are wondering if there's anything we can do.
~Even as she walked beside me, as silent as the snow falling around us, no footprints told the tale of her feet.~