Category Archives: sisters
Webster may not define the relationship between sisters quite like this, but I am certain that he didn’t have a sister anything like mine, nor did he survive raising the two siblings that I call my daughters. There are 22 … Continue reading
My husband comes from a family of 8 kids. More specifically, and most important to him: he is the oldest. His underlings tell stories of how he taunted them with his self-imposed authority. Jim Pfiffer was a mean and bossy older … Continue reading
I have a sister. A twin sister, who knocked my front teeth out with a desktop phone, (in the era when they still made those rotary communication tools …and during the era when my sister was still young and sneaky enough to get … Continue reading
Heather is a teacher. Teaching is her ‘other’ passion. Her first occupation? Mom. It’s a common career, with many uncommon views. Motherhood. We all have our parenting style. Then we have kids. We all quickly learn to adjust that style. … Continue reading
My older daughter, Allie, blames genetics me for her ( self-diagnosed) short torso. My younger daughter, Lauren, longs for longer legs, wearing shoes that match her skin tone to create the illusion of height. I found their solution. Here.
http://www.twinparents.com/articles/twin-infancy/are-they-twins.html Tomorrow is my twin sister’s birthday. Yes, we are identical, but we are nothing alike. We share the same face, but that’s where the sharing ends. Well, there is one exception, if you believe in the language shared via twin … Continue reading