Shilia continued to stare at Gohan, not entirely buying into his speech about strength and whatever it was he had rambled on about. She had her attention had been lost when he talked about martial arts. Still, the girl had to admit he didn't seem like a bad person, if he had she was sure someone would have been hurt already, at least as hurt as a kid her age could hurt people. If she had thought about it more she probably would have concocted one of her crazy stories, but instead she kept jumping around from thought to thought without putting too much focus into any one thing.
Head tilting to the side, she scrunched her nose up at his final words. Eyes following the direction of his point, Shilia blinked in surprise. "Okay genius, I get it. But what you don't get is we don't have any way to get there. You're a kid, what are you going to do, carry us all one by one, piggyback up a mountain?" Lips curling into a grin, the little girl began to giggle at the thought of her family sitting on the couch while Gohan carried it up a mountain; the idea was funny for a second until she realized she'd be on the couch as well.
"I don't see what the big deal is." Shilia finally commented, her hands going back to rest on her hips. "It's just a silly rainstorm. It's not like the house is going to fill up and drown us all."
It was at that moment that her mother reentered the hall, and Shilia received a small bop to the top of her head as the woman passed. "Stop with the imagination Shi." Before the girl could give a response, her mother was questioning Gohan. "How much worse can it get? I'd really rather not leave, especially since we have no way to go anywhere."
"Don't worry mom." Shilia said with a confident voice. "Gohan has got anti-rain powers and he's going to carry us all piggyback." The girl of course was teasing, not believing for a second that Gohan could possibly carry her mother or two older brothers. She knew he could probably carry her, and Kenji, but even that was pushing it. The rain and the wind combined were enough to make things difficult, and the girl wasn't entirely sure that she wanted to go out into it, especially with someone who wasn't much bigger than her carrying her. She wasn't being mean, she was just very doubtful.
Stepping up to stand beside her mother, Shilia gave Gohan another questioning stare. Her brain was supplying her with dozens of questions, but one glance at her mother's worried face silenced her silliness and caused the girl to reach up and take her mother's hand. She wanted to say something encouraging, but from the way Gohan was acting like they had little choice but to vacate their house, she could not muster up any words. So Shilia waited for Gohan to answer her mother's question in silence, still having her doubts as to whether the boy could pull off exactly what he was implying that he could.