This is a story

This is the story of three kids. An oldest, a middle, and a youngest. They grew up together, playing school in the basement, dressing up, laughing, reading, having sleepovers, dancing around the kitchen, snuggling on the couch. They loved each other from the very start.

This is the story of three kids. An oldest, a middle, and a youngest. They grew up together, moving through elementary and middle and high school as siblings and as close friends. They gave each other advice. They looked out for each other. They grew older, and they stayed close.

This is the story of three kids. An oldest, a middle, and a youngest. They continue to grow up together, navigating the new triumphs and trials of early adulthood. This is the story of three kids. A teacher, a cheesemonger, and a computer programmer. They are so similar in some ways, and so different in many others, but they live life with big hearts. They have helped each other move into new homes, start careers, manage heartbreak, and make big choices.

This is the story of three kids.

scan0001_4_2_2

Advertisements

8 comments

  1. A beautiful weaving of a beautiful sibling relationship. I love that they are able to navigate life together. It is so tough. I am so thankful to have a sister. Love the pic.

  2. The nicest thing having a sibling. I enjoyed hearing all about these three! Am glad they’re still having a great time together. Sweet post!

  3. Sibling relationships are the best. My son just traveled across the country to meet his little sis’s firstborn. I love how your three are helping each other navigate the challenges of adulthood. And the childhood pic – priceless!

  4. Late at night and this cheesemonger is baking some weird muffins with zucchini and carrots and chocolate chips and I thought to myself, “hey I’m going to go and catch up on Leah’s blog”. What fate!! Love you my writer and teacher! ❤️

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s