3V0589.02 About her chair: possessiveness: [sit], [come].
My grandmother once gave us a chair for Robby, a very small toddler’s
chair. Miriam brought it in from the garage and Gretchen cleaned it up
for Peggy. Peggy has become quite possessive about it. She deems the
chair hers to the extent that she attempts to remove any other person
who sits on it. After Robby did that, she turned to me and said /saet/
— when she had removed him. Further, she plays with the chair,
pushing and carrying it around. Today, picking it up, she said /cuhm/
— to the chair.