I can hardly think about the relationship between my two girls without getting choked up. Two little humans that are so different, but find a way to make it work. Sure, they have their moments, like any siblings do, but for the most part they choose each other.
Grace's birthday just passed and she received $50 in birthday money, which we promptly lost during her party, but I replaced it and she went the very next day to spend her fortune. She spent $24 on herself and $26 dollars on her little sister because that's who she is. That's what makes her happy.
Later in the week she received $25 to spend at the bookstore and she promptly told her sister they could share it, and they did.
Her sister, the spitfire, can show sibling love in her own unique style. Her autism gets in the way of her ability to share so freely, but she shows Grace her love by asking for cuddles with her big sister, and sleepovers, too.
In the evening when it's time to settle after a long day the girls like to enjoy some Netflix together. Don't we all?
Now the littlest one, she loves Superheros and Kong, King of the Apes, and some serious Paw Patrol.
The eldest prefers Project MC, Fuller House and Ever After High.
How do they come together to enjoy Netflix, you ask?
Well, that's easy. They take turns because they'd rather watch together than be alone.
Their father and I have a harder time coming to a consensus on what to watch these days. I suppose we could take a lesson our those little girls.
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