Difference between our kids

January 3, 2012 at 10:00 PM 1 comment

Here is the difference between Faith and Shawn:

In the car Faith talks non-stop and asks lots of questions. She enjoys singing, making lots of noise. Shawn on the other hand doesn’t talk at all unless we ask him a question. However if Faith starts to scream, he joins in and man is it ever loud!

We get home from daycare and Faith takes off her boots and coat and leaves them lying on the floor. Shawn sits on the bottom step, takes his boots off and opens the closet door and places his boots inside, then he gives me his coat to hang up. Oh ya, then he grabs Faith’s coat and gives it to me to hang up.

It’s time for supper and there are toys all over the floor. Faith drops whatever she is playing with and steps over all the toys to get on her chair. Shawn starts cleaning up the toys and blocks until they are all cleaned up. Everything has to been in it’s place before he goes to his high chair. Oh btw, Faith does come to help clean up after we ask her to.

It’s bedtime. Faith talks non-stop and makes the bedtime routine forever. She does a play-by-play of what I am doing. She makes sure we do everything in our bedtime routine or else she won’t go to bed. Shawn doesn’t say much but he has to make sure everything on the bedtime routine is done by him, not me. If I miss something, he reminds me.

These are just a few examples that show the big difference between Faith and Shawn. I love their uniqueness, though!

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Christmas 2011 part 4 First day of daycare…complete

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Sal  |  January 3, 2012 at 10:06 PM

    Cute! Siblings- so different sometimes you wonder how they’re related. I’ve wondered the same thing many times. And though I really despise my brother a lot of the time, it’s when I realize that we have similar tastes that I remember that’s why we’re related.


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