Grace was born into an upper middle class. At some point during her childhood, Grace was sent to the Jedi Temple for training. By 32 BBY, she was classified as a Jedi. In 24 BBY, she met a young man named Jim Logan who at the time was 16 and she 15, they started a relationship that would last two years. By 22 BBY, Grace and Jim were to the point of spending the night with each other. Jim would leave on a mission to Kamino for a month and a half before his return, she would concieve a child, a beautiful baby girl, who she refused to name until Jim returned. Upon Jim's return, he named the baby "Kitty Rosa Logan". A month later, they were offically married by Obi Wan Kenobi.
Early life and the Jedi OrderEdit
Childhood and trainingEdit
Not much was known currently about Grace's childhood. She was born on Coruscant and it was implied her father left her mother shortly after her birth. Grace was given to Mace Windu for a better life. During her training she would meet Nalek Jim Logan and although they didn't know it at the time, they would marry, and during their friendship, they would share a long, yet unnoticed kiss. Years later, with Jim being a Jedi Master, they would meet again and conceive a child. Jim wouldn't know this and wouldn't know for six years. After their meeting, they wouldn't see each other for about that amount of time, she would quietly move to Tatooine to raise the children.
Making the family wholeEdit
Meeting Jim againEdit
Years later in 21 BBY Jim would be stationed on Tatooine where Jim would stumble upon Grace, Kitty and Jack while fighting the Confederacy of Independent Systems There Jim and Grace would be happily re-united while Jim discovered they had children. Days later Jim would bring Grace, Kitty and Jack back to the Temple for training. In 20 BBY Jim and Grace would be happily married on Naboo. In 19 BBY after 2 Master changes for Kitty post-graduation, Grace along with Kitty and Jack. Later in the year, when the family met Jack Swordmenace, it was revealed Grace was expecting another child.