8.03.2009

Scenes from The Week-End -- Sisters Edition


We had a lovely, rainy, busy weekend -- fun dinners with friends, a trip to the Nasher, some craft projects, a new pizza place, a cupcake at Sprinkles + a most excellent Sunday meal...

But the highlight of the weekend was definitely the sister love between Audrey and Millie. Don't get me wrong, there were still plenty-o-squabbles, but for the most part they couldn't get enough of each other.

It was rather lovely.



14 comments:

nicole said...

Don't you love when that happens! I have a son & a daughter and I adore those days when they play for hours in one another's company...as good friends, not just siblings.

Kristin said...

That's so great! Sounds like a wonderful weekend ;)

erin said...

sister love is the best kind of love. i'm convinced.

mrs boo radley said...

Squabbles make the heart grow fonder.

Heidi said...

Few things make me happier than when my kids get along. I love the crochet dresses you featured. And your "uniform," which I had to link to!

Rachel said...

So sweet. And squabbling is part of the love, I think. My sister and I fought fiercely (dragging each other around by the hair fiercely) but we always stood up for each other just as intensely.

eco-stylista said...

So lovely!! I have two boys (5 and 3) and my heart melts when I see the little one following around his older brother. And when I see how much the older wants to protect little one...

iheartkiwi said...

by little brother and i used to squabble non stop... i'm sure it drove my parents crazy.

now that we have grown up a little it's so nice to realize that your family members really do become your best friends.

Simply Mel said...

There is something very special about sibling love!

Sher said...

I recognize those beautiful dresses ;)

paula said...

so sweet...giveaway on my blog that I am sure you will love.

Mariannes Creative Blog said...

I love the beautiful dresses

AmyLynne said...

That is really sweet. I love sisters!

Amanda Nicole said...

So so cute! I remember being little with my sister, and playing with her for hours and hours in our own little world.