Each month, I am going to be writing a letter to my children (one or both). I'm not a great writer...I'm not even a decent writer, but I want to put something together for my children that they can keep. My plan is to print all the letters out at the end of the year and put together a scrapbook for them.
Always be there for one another. When I was growing up, I had no siblings (until I was lucky enough to gain a step sister at the age of 9) and I always felt so lonely. All my friends had siblings and I never understood how great that bond could be until I got older. Cherish each other. I know you sometimes get on each other's nerves but always take the time to say you're sorry if you did something wrong and always hug it out. Show that you love each other and understand that there are times that your sibling just wants to be alone. That's ok. Don't take it personally. Just be there for each other. As you grow older, there will be times that you'll play together less and less, and spend more time with friends. That's ok too. Still be there for one another when your sibling needs a hug, a shoulder to cry on, or someone to laugh with... Just be there.
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