We met the Harrisons at Hall's pumpkin patch a few weekends ago and it was a blast.
And the corn maze was no joke. We felt truly victorious when we made it through (after asking for someone to literally lead us out. Either way, victory is victory if you're lost and afraid you may run out of diet coke and become too dehydrated and its getting dark. It was touch and go.)
They had a hay ride and we fed the animals and the kids ate it up.
We went to their house afterwards and shea and aves could not get enough of that gorgeous baby dylan. I dont think shea ever left him alone. She was all ahhhh and ohhhh and so many kisses the kid was wet with drool. I love her passionate spirit. We may just have to tame it. She is definitely a lover.
On the way home, shea was crying and avery is usually the one who sits next to her and consoles her. She does an incredible job. She plays with her and sings to her and gives her everything she wants. She is always patient and always so sweet.
But on the way home, shea would not give it up. When I looked back I saw Aves with huge tears just streaming down her cheeks. She was so upset that she couldn't make shea happy and it just broke my heart. I am so thankful for siblings and for ones that never hurt or pain to come on each other. It isn't always rainbows and no fights, but I always want to remember how heart wrenching it was watching her care for shea that night.
So thankful for sisters- mine that didnt live in my house but came in the form of friends and my kids who hopefully will support and encourage each other their entire lives. And share clothes. Isn't that the best part of sisters??!