Impossible Baby? Well, she definitely has potential. I mean, Dhampirs are fun. It'd be interesting if Meyer, in future books, decided to actually [gasp] create conflict
for her characters by making Renesmee's human side repulsed by her vampire side, and, egged on by Leah, turn against her parents and Jacob to become a vampire slayer and deny her status as Jacob's imprintee. That would be so cool.
Or if Renesmee were to find out that she was expected to become Jacob's lover on her seventh birthday, and freaked out (understandably, I should think) and ran off, say, to the Volturi or to live in hiding with Leah or something, that would be cool too.
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and she turned into an evil, psychopathic monster, and her parents were forced to take her down before she drained the blood from every human in Forks, that would be Meyer's Crowning Moment of Awesome. It would be epic. It would greatly redeem my opinion of Meyer's character development, too.
Conversely if Renesmee turns into a perfect little Bella 2.0, much head-desking would be in order.
I would, however like to pronounce my shock at the failfest that is her name. I mean, even Meyer acknowledges that it is strange and difficult to say. Renesmee Carlie Cullen... How is that an endearing, quaint name? It's worse than Albus Severus.