Thursday, September 30, 2010

Accidental Brothers

Those of you who've read my blog probably know that I have two kiddos: Emily is 16 and Liam is 10. Andy also has a son, Iain, who is 2 months older than Liam.


Emily and I moved in May, while Liam stayed in Erie to finish out the school year with his dad. When we all moved in together in July, I'll admit I was anxious. The boys had spent time together, and seemed to get along, but living together (and sharing a bedroom) is a whole different can of worms.

As it turns out, apparently, I had nothing to worry about.

The boys have taken to each other as if they've always been together. They refer to each other as "brother," and they're almost always up to something.


It makes me very happy. Iain (the blonde in the photos) has always been an only child, so I worried about how he would take to having two new kids in his life. Given Liam and Em's age difference, life has almost been an "only child" type of experience for him as well.


So it's very nice for me to see them enjoying the fun that having a close sibling can bring. And I'm thinking it's pretty cool for them, too.




9 comments:

Lou said...

This is a touch tribute to those boys, Amy. Each photo captures the friendship that has grown between them. Man, what a relief that they like each other!

Lou said...

Add an -ing to my touch. Geez.

Esther said...

That's so great to hear! And yes, I agree with Lou. It is touching to see the friendship, which will blossom even more as they grow up together!

Chell said...

Oh how wonderful that they get along so well. That is really wonderful for both of them!!

pat said...

Amy, that is a huge gift to you that the boys get along so well, as well as it being a blessing for them. I hope that friendship continues to deepen.

Reds said...

How great they that get along so great!!

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Elsie said...

I'm so happy for them both! :-)

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