Image of the Day: I'll tell you mine if you tell me yours...

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As a mother of an older son and a younger daughter this image tugs at my heart something fierce. This little sister appears absolutely enthralled to have her older brother's complete attention as he divulges something of vast importance into her ear. Any parent of siblings knows this moment is not always representative of everyday life. I love her small arm around his shoulders and the snuggly position of the two of them in their pajamas. This is most definitely an moments to hold dear. Thank you, cathymccaughan, for sharing this with everybody at Image of the Day.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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