October 22, 2008

Close Your Eyes


Almost wordless. Just a glimpse of the fun that this sister-brother team has on a regular basis. Smiles, giggles, and then fights (not pictured). I hope that their new little brother arriving this spring - while 10 and 12 years behind them in age - will be able to share in this sweet sibling bond. It is good to have someone you love enough that you can feel comfortable fighting with - and then laugh with a few minutes later.

I figure this post will fit nicely with WW and TC this week. Visit them both! See all the other inspiring photos.

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mimi11460 said...

It always brighten our day when our kids just having fun playing without fighting.

Trina said...

Pictures are always best unposed I always say ;0)

Cute pic!

Beverly said...

Love the pic, Bee! Your kids are so precious. Mal commented the other day about how close your two are, and she said, "They even shared a ROOM!" Of course, she was lamenting over being the only girl, stuck with 2 brothers, and wishing they were nicer to her. *aww* Maybe you should post a pic of their not-so-nice times so Mal can see that nobody's perfect. LOL.

Nikowa said...

Great shot! I love that homeschooling allows the kiddos to be close!

Amy said...

I love to see siblings enjoying themselves and you are so right about loving enough to be able to fight! A magical WW to you!

dianne - bunny trails said...

It's heart-warming to see siblings that are friends.

Linda said...

The sibling bond between my daughters and their brother (13,14, and 16 years ahead of him!!) is absolutely amazing. The fun is beyond describing! You are going to LOVE having a baby with BIG siblings.

Beth said...

What a great moment captured, great shot! Did you get a new camera and I missed the news?

Beth said...

What a great moment captured, great shot! Did you get a new camera and I missed the news?



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