Puzzle’s and Sister’s

Our daughters range in age starting at 23, 16, & 14. Age does not seem to be a factor when it comes to the very close bond they have. Each one has a distinctive & unique personality. You’d think that because they are so different they wouldn’t get along; however, I believe that it’s that difference that make them fit so well together.

It’s like pieces of a puzzle, each piece is unique and yet they all seem to fit together nicely.

On the outer perimeter of our blended family puzzle are the arms of my wonderful husband. Always looking out for us, protecting us, loving us, always wanting to provide comfort and balance. The inside of our puzzle are the kids (boys & girls) with mom in the middle balancing out the family. We teeter this way and that way but we always seem to balance. It’s such a wonderful feeling!

Back to the girls. As close as they are they bicker, oh my goodness do they ever bicker. The two older ones gang up on the younger one, the middle one claims she has middle child syndrome, the oldest one thinks she can get away with anything because she’s the oldest, and the youngest one thinks she can get away with anything because she’s the youngest. Ha!

Please enjoy the following snap shots of the girls. These are some of my favorite!

I don't know if they realize this or not; but, every time we are at a restaurant they sit together. If they are separated it's because I've had to separate them.

I don’t know if they realize this or not; but, every time we are at a restaurant they sit together. If they are separated it’s because I’ve had to separate them.

Of course there is more furniture in the little rental; however, they felt they must all pile on one couch. They always do this.

Of course there is more furniture in the little rental; however, they felt they must all pile on one couch. They always do this.

A chance encounter at Lowe's a home building store.

A chance encounter at Lowe’s a home building store.

 

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