I have read many testimonials to the fact of JonBenet having loved her father John and being very proud she was named after him. But, despite my best efforts to do so, I have found not a word written which says that JonBenet loved her mother Patsy or was proud of (or even acknowledged) having her middle name be Patricia. JonBenet is never referred to as Jonnie P. JonBenet's name is never abbreviated as JPR, as John Andrew's is abbreviated JAR. Even in the testimonial book to Patsy's character, JONBENET'S MOTHER, nobody says it was clear that JonBenet loved Patsy. Could it be that years of devoting her heart and soul to her child, and having all that effort and love be denied, would drive Patsy over the edge and take her child's life in one final gesture which would forever bind JonBenet to Patsy in the eyes of her family, her friends, the world and history? Could the ultimate stressor for Patsy have been an occasion when Patsy went to bed, but left the bed (after John had fallen asleep) for one last effort to see if JonBenet could be woken and made to go to the bathroom to avoid a morning impossibility of cleaning up bedwetting, only to have JonBenet give her an elbow to the face and a childish "I don't love you, Mommy"? Why is it that Patsy has never spoken of remembering fondly JonBenet's words to her on Christmas Day? The last conversation Patsy admits to with JonBenet is an argument about clothes. After that, all she will admit to is being in the same room as JonBenet, though we all know that arguing spouses can stand to be in the same room as each other, taking out their hidden angers with each other through not speaking to each other. I present this challenge. Find anecdotal evidence that JonBenet loved her mother, to even a percentage of the degree to which evidence can be found that she loved her father.