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I'm a redeemed child of God and the momma to four vivacious daughters. I'm passionate about finding hidden blessings in the trials of life, living it out in an honest and open way, while encouraging those around me to believe in better.

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Jan

what would they do without each other?

Sister will you …
make believe
play dress up
let me be the princess
tell me stories in the dark
always be my friend?

I often wonder what these two would do without each other.  Where one is … there is the other.  Two peas in a pod and all that.

I often wonder where their lives will take them … will it keep them close, or pull them apart?

I often wonder if their hearts are happy to just be near the other.

I often wonder if they know they’re sisters … or just think they’re best friends.

I often wonder if, when they’re forty, they’ll understand how blessed they are to have a sister.

I often wonder if their children will be friends.

I often wonder if they’ll have daughters … who are sisters … and feel the way I do when I watch them play.

I often wonder if they’ll always have this bond.

I often wonder when they’ll let Hunter join their club. ;)

I often wonder if God knows how very thankful I am.

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13 Responses to “what would they do without each other?”

  1. kelli says:

    Beautifully put! Growing up with 5 sisters..I can honestly say that words can’t really describe the bond. They are what I have always known and I am certain my life would be very empty without them! Its just a beautiful perfect “thing”.

  2. So precious!!
    I see this strong bond between my boys too and I am excited to watch it grow and strengthen… though I’m sure it won’t involve playing princess! :)

  3. Beth says:

    I don’t know what I would do without my sister. She is my best friend, my support team and I know I would not be the same person I am today without her in my life.

    Having four girls has made me wonder the same things as they grow up each different yet, they always say to me….. Even though we have friends, they may come and go, but we ALWAYS have each other. My hope is that they will continue this bond and build it stronger and stronger everyday.

  4. Heather says:

    I love that those two girls and so different in personality but have such an incredible bond! They are just the cutest peas in a pod! My girls are becoming fast friends too and I love watching them together.

    PS Poor Huntie!
    PPS I wish I had a sister! :-)

  5. sue says:

    Even though I am close with my brothers, I still miss not having a sister.

  6. Dawn says:

    I can really feel this picture. It’s lovely. I have a twin sister and we are still really close at 50.

  7. Cara says:

    I found your blog, recently… LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!! I have 3 little girls, and this post totally touched my heart. What a blessing! Thanks for sharing this…

  8. trisha says:

    indescribable…. i find myself in awe just thinking about them!!!

  9. Steph says:

    Tracie-

    1. You have the most beautiful family.
    2. I love, love, love, your pictures
    3. I hope one day when I’m married I have a family like yours.

  10. Roberta says:

    Your comments and thoughts about your daughters remind me of my sisters. We grew up both close and apart – but now, in our middle lives, are closer than ever. Would the same and better be with these two.

  11. dawn says:

    oh He knows… and they will. someday. as for hunter? oh, i hope they let her in!

  12. stacey says:

    I wonder the same thing. But I also wonder if they will survive each other. Well, I mean my girls. :)

  13. Kate says:

    They are sooo very lucky!!! I wish I had a sister or that Izzy had one…there is just something so magical, strong and beautiful about the sisterly bond!

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