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My Kids Love Each Other...FINALLY!!!

Friday, September 02, 2011

ok, yes, they have always loved each other, but because they were so close in age, it was a constant battle when they were growing up...and sometimes it was hard to see that love for each other during that that 2 of them are married and moved away from this home, and ds is now an only it's exciting to see them do things for each other... dd2's car broke down...only car...and she is the one 9 months pregnant... yea...not good timing... she also had a doc appointment the next day..and considering her being 9 months really needs to go to these... before i knew it, dd1 tells dd2 and her husband to bring the car over and that dd1's husband will fix it and that while it's being fixed, they can borrow her car for the doctors... wohoo!!! God is good. Then yesterday, dd2 wanted to come over to visit...i said meet me there, i might be a few... she stopped and got her brother his favorite pop... just because (and it wasn't even just because so i get home and starting to prep for dinner... i told dd2 what we were having, which was baked hot boneless wings...which she hates...but i told her i would make some not sauced up...she said not to worry that she wasn't eating, she had just ate... i then went into ds's room to tell him what we were having, and the first thing out of his mouth was "what about Cathie" lol...i thought that was so cute that he not only knew and remembers that she hates hot stuff...but he actually cared enough to ask and possibly do without one of his own favorite dinners for the night...

I love watching them interact with each other...i always have anyways, but so much more so now that they aren't at each others throat all the Again i will say, God is good...He has blessed me with some honestly wonderful kids!
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