The boys and I are reading a book about a girl whose mother is a seamstress.
R — What’s a seamstress?
Mom — A woman who sews clothes, usually for a living.
R — You’re kind of a seamstress…
Mom — Well, I sew a little bit, but I wouldn’t say I’m a seamstress.
B — You used to sew a lot at our home in Connecticut. But that wasn’t your job. Your job is to take care of us and keep us busy.