Chem and Cheep
These two who used to be mere sucking babies have been under my care. I used to put them to sleep on their swing. I used to prepare their bottles of milk. I used to pacify and carry them when they cry. I used to be a post during their first walking lesson. I used to take them with me to the plaza when they learned how to walk. And...I used to get scoldings from mother when they get hurt. In short, I was my sisters’ nanny for I was big enough by the time they were born to lend my helping hands to our mother. Therefore, it is not a question why I am so close to them for I have my hands down in giving them love and care.
Now, they are both grown-ups. They've grown to be quite fussy though but to tell you, they have used their arms when they were kids as sponge to quickly aid running nose. (Peace sissies!) I used to do that too...there you go. Lol! Anyway, even though they are no longer the fragile babies I used to carry, I can't stop myself from worrying for I know I can't protect them from the different kinds of bad things this world can offer. Although they are already grown-ups who know what's right and wrong, I still worry. But it is really like that I think. When your little sisters are no longer little, all you can do is to be happy for them or to be worried...and then give advice or lend a shoulder to them when what you've worried about come true.
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