Friday, February 20, 2009

Wish {I} Had A Sister

Too bad everyone doesn't have a sister to teach you how to do math.
...and be sooo shocked and excited when you get the problem right! (seriously, a multiplication problem? ) I kept telling Anna that those were over her head, clever girl taught her the "zeros"!!
I always wanted a sister, Lindsay lucked out when she got Anna! Every weekend this month Anna has been gone- she has been working up at the camp with her Dad during the winter retreats, so Lindsay has been so lonely for her. Yesterday after dinner they had a chance for some play time outside before baths! Playing with Anna is NEVER just playing, there is always a lot involved---like cheerleader costumes! No wonder Lindsay wishes Anna would stay home this weekend, she is stuck with "boring old Mom".
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9 comments:

Rachel said...

Oh your girls are so cute, and they are lucky that they have each other. ;) Cute pictures too!

HPS said...

You aren't boring, Inger. They are sweet. Lindsay is so hip and sporty w/ her up do.:)

Nikki said...

Your girls seem to be so sweet to each other...seriously, they must fight sometimes. Lindsay and Anna look so cute in those pictures. Love the cheerleader get ups.

Donna said...

Inger! Your posts always make me tear up!! Yes, your girls are so sweet to each other. I love it:)

Lindsey's hair looks adorable with the little head band thing.

Jenn said...

It is so much fun to see friends daughters still playing together at ages older than my current children. It gives me such great hope. I love reading how special your little family is.

The Beaverette said...

Well tell Lyndsey that Anna is up with the Beaver boys this weekend. Yep My boys will be stoked to see Anna girl. I love you!

Denise said...

That is so sweet! You have good girls Inger.

Also, it looks Anna and her Daddy are really close. That is sweet too!

Kristi said...

Your girls are always going to so tender-hearted because of Lindsey. They are so sweet to spend time with her and teach her things. I am still waiting on that post about her.

BTW - Where have you been on Simply Smalley???? I never hear from ya!

Dawn Smith said...

I remember when you found out that you were pregnant with Anna and we thought, "how will you handle this?" Well didn't God know exactly what He was doing? (which should be no surprise to us, of little faith!) Your girls-all 3- are precious to you, to each other, and to others around them. What an incredible blessing!!! There's no telling how God is going to use them in the future, but I expect it will be huge!!!