Though Victor is so flippant at first it's clear from his face that Julian's words moved him. I'm glad that the boys' affection for their teacher is a strong influence on them, and they'll probably grow to be more like her without even realizing it. (Heh, I know it's a cartoon and their childhoods could last forty years, but they're such well-developed characters who also grow that sometimes I can't help but think about their futures. ) Just too bad that Victor (and Julian, a bit) is still annoyed, or perhaps just not confident, about making cards for the girls.
Then again, maybe deep down they're a little worried about getting it right. Anyway, thanks for another sweet peek into your world.