Now, this is not how it is at all times. Nick feels that he needs to guide his sister and "parent" her when he think he should. We often remind him this is NOT his job. It's ours. Then of course there is the regular good-ole'-fashion-toy-fight. "I was playing with it first!" Those kinds of normal arguing.
But yesterday was exactly the words that every mom wants to hear, which often come while driving in the car. This is why driving without turning the radio on (at times!) can be music to my ears. We were driving Nick to preschool when he said, "Mom, I'm really glad I have Riley as my sister. I was really lonely without her." Melt. My. Heart.
This is one of my favorite photos of the two of them! Nick is holding onto his sister as the look over the edge to see the ducks swimming by.
Couch camping. One of their favorite pass times!
Nick trying to do anything to make his sister laugh! It always seems to work.
First time sledding together.
Early morning silliness!
Nick and Riley waiting at Hershey Medical Center before her surgery.
Good times at the Plum Street Cafe!
Good ole' fashion wagon pulling.