Give crayons. Adults are disturbingly impoverished of these magical dream sticks. ~Dr. SunWolf
I have 3 brothers and no sisters. Growing up, I was v.blessed to have cousins that were v.close to me, aka sisters.
Above is my cousin Amena (on the left) and I. We were inseparable even when little!
Z is blessed to have a cousin that is younger than her by 5 months. These 2 are now at the age, 20 months and 15 months, where they are enjoying each other and interacting each other. This doesn’t mean all their interactions are great however: Z can get possessive of toys and will try to get her way. Sigh. However, it is truly a blessing to have cousins, and I love watching them all interact. I want them to look back at their photos and enjoy seeing their interactions as toddlers, cousins, sisters.
Below: Z’s cousin’s gorgeous hair. Her hair wisps match the wisps her pencils have made. Interesting Fact: her cousin held onto the pencils and wouldn’t let go for a. loooong. time.
I love seeing how busy they are below, and how they’re colouring simultaneously and happily together. Movements Matching.
This looks like it takes concentration…
Below are a few more images of these 2 future artists!
We could learn a lot from crayons; some are sharp, some are pretty, some are dull, while others bright, some have weird names, but they all have learned to live together in the same box. ~Robert Fulghum