"I love the fact that at first the girls looked at everything in awe. And then, of course, they ate everything with abandon," says Susan, whose etiquette lessons are painless. "All the while, though, they were trying to be little ladies. You know, children really will rise to the occasion if you allow them to." That rising included a little sofa jumping, which was just fine by Susan. Her only request was that they remove their shoes first. Then the coast was clear-and soft and springy. "I don't have childproof rooms and never have," Susan says. "I always raised my children with antiques. There was nothing so precious that it wasn't replaceable."
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