Big sister… oh you could see the love 10 year old May shared with her siblings. It was also very obvious that she had mothering characteristics – she would guide her siblings through the activities. She is quiet, yet sweet. As with a lot of older sisters, she seems very mature for her age. She beamed with a beautiful smile.
Little sister… at first glance you would think 9 year old Mabel is quiet and reserved. With a little time it was obvious that she is very smart. Originally I thought she was letting her sister do all the thinking of where the matches were during our matching game. To my surprise, she was coming across quiet and reserved because she was deep in thought - she soon became the leader in matches! At each match she would give this little grin, she really enjoyed the clapping and positive words.
Little brother…Malcolm, age 7, has a sweet smile and was very interested in everything that was going on around him. He was shy at first but slowly opened up. He even answered some of the questions for his brother! He told us that he loves to play with his siblings. He was excited to play with the toys and jungle gym in the room and happily ran around trying out everything!
Little brother… Macon, age 5, is so darn cute! He came in with his siblings and was sure not to let them out of his sight. Sporting his Lightening McQueen t-shirt he was off and running. When big brother, Malcolm, went to play on the slide he was his shadow. No slide was too high. He was eager to follow up the rope ladder and all around the room. On a few occasions I caught the most
adorable pose, he would just stop in his tracks and hug his arms tight around himself. A big smile on his face as he watched proudly of his siblings.
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