a sister tale

Once upon a time, there lived 2 sisters in a small cottage in Minnesota.
These sisters were like typical sisters who had their moments of frustration, but adored and loved each other beyond words (which is good since one of them doesn’t have the biggest vocabulary yet). They were very polite and always said please and thank you. The oldest loved to guide the youngest and the youngest loved to be guided! (not be pulled around by the arm, but guided!)
They had a very large family they cared for. They were very concerned about each member: that they got enough to eat, that they were learning all they could, and that they were having fun!

Sheep, Scratch, and Mr. Rex all needed to have a well balanced meal at the dining table.

While Angelina (yes, her full name is Angelina Ballerina named after the dancing mouse) and Purple Raccoon wait for their food, they were given reading material.

Bear and Bunny were the big kids and were given the priviledge to sit at the kids’ table all by themselves!

Even in the midst of meal-time, the sisters were very busy taking care of their family, they still managed to take care of their sick little ones.

Baby Polly had a bad cough and needed to be nebbed with the fishy mask and everything! (this was ALL Brin’s idea by the way)

This is one family that will live happily ever after!


About giannarae

I am a child of God who has been given the humbling job of being a wife and a mother to 4. Those whom He has given to me are my Sweet Peas and Buddies and one Honey.
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One Response to a sister tale

  1. Jenny Aust says:

    I LOVE IT! Caleb is really beginning to play with Sammy…or Sammy is leading him and he is starting to follow. It’s so cute! Before you know it, Dane will be tagging along as well.

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