The boys wait outside the house while the Darlings are reunited. Mrs. Darling offers to look after the boys when she meet them. Wendy and her mother approaches Peter and extends an invitation but he is adamant in his refusal. Wendy agreed to see him once a year to help him with his "spring cleaning" and makes Peter pledge that he will not forget her by the time spring arrives.
The following year, Peter returns to England to bring Wendy to Neverland but Wendy realizes that Peter doesn't even remember their adventures anymore. The following year, Peter fails to appear, and Michael begins to doubt his existence. Wendy grows up, becomes a woman, gets married and has a daughter named Jane who now sleeps in the children's old nursery. Jane enjoys discussing Neverland with her mother.
Peter returned to Wendy years later, but when he learned she had grown up, he began to grieve, and his sobbing awakes Jane. She asks him why he's crying, exactly like Wendy did, and the two quickly become friends. Jane is flying all over the room when Wendy returns. Jane leaves with Peter later that night to undertake his spring cleaning.
Wendy grows elderly, and Margaret, Jane's daughter, is now in charge of Peter's spring cleaning. It will continue in this manner indefinitely, “as long as children are gay, innocent, and heartless.”
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