All children grow up . . . Except one. He is Peter Pan, you kw, mother, says Wendy. At first Mrs. Darling does t kw the name. Then thinking back into her childhood, she remembers a Peter Pan, said to live with the fairies . . . and odd stories about him -- for instance that when children died he went part of the way with them, so they should t feel frightened. She had believed in him at the time. Now that she is married and full of sense she quite doubts there is any such person. Besides, Mrs. Darling says to Wendy, surely he would be grown up by this time!