- Height: 3’2”
- Weight: 35 Lbs
- Hair: Black, Shoulder length
- Eyes: Dark Brown
- Skin Tone: Porcelain white
- Birthmarks, Scars: Has a half heart birthmark on her back left shoulder
- Build: Petite
- Eyes: Almond shaped but large, Mother was Aisin
- Mouth: Toothy smile
- Arms: Thin, long for her age
- Carriage: She tries to mimic her father with standing tall. Happy go lucky type
- Poses: Folds her hand both in front and behind her back.
- Taste in Clothing (when off duty): Dresses with pockets
- Shoes: All of them
- Voice: Small, higher pitched. She enunciates bigger words out
- Handedness: Right
- Father: Jack Gard - Starfleet Engineer USS Constitution-B
- Mother: Jessica Gard - Chemist - Deceased
- Quarters: Toys toys and more toys!
- Favorite Room: Star Room
- Habits: Brushing my teeth and getting myself dressed in the morning!
- Mannerisms: I do-not know
- Hobbies and Pastimes: I like to wander around, playing with my dolls, I love going to the “Star * Room”, Listening to my Papa read to me. Oh and Painting, I am a very good painter… My papa says so.
- Likes: Everything
- Dislikes: Um… I do-not like mean people.
- Ambitions and Goals: Grow up to be just like Papa
Tabitha, or Tabby, was born to Jack and Jessica Gard in San Bernardino, CA. When Tabby was 2 years old her mother was killed in a chemical explosion where she worked. Her memories are vague when they come to her mother. But Tabby’s father does keep a single family picture of them out for her to see regularly.
The first two years of her life was spent in sunny California, after her mother’s death, her father Jack thought it best to resume his career in Starfleet and she traveled happily with him.
Jack never told her why they didn’t stay planetside, but it mattered little to the almost Vulcan curiosity Tabby had. The first ship she went on with her father had been a science vessel. But due to the lack of children they transferred ships. The next ship had turned out to be nearly the same. There were children, but they were all much older then she.
Now Miss Tabby finds herself on board the Conny. She hopes this time there are other children to play with and to be able to make friends.
Her favorite room, she calls the “Star Room.” holds special meaning to her. He father would regularly bring her down to the stellar cartography room and call up various planets, telling stories from history and on occasion fables.