I've written about Asia & Christopher before, but I just feel I need to share some more.
Christopher was over for a little bit tonight and we were driving the kids out to the roller rink for the evening. We put supper on the table and I just quietly watched while they chatted over what they liked and didn't like.
Christopher likes ketchup on his potatoes.
Asia thinks it's gross.
Christopher likes ketchup on his pyrogies.
Asia likes syrup on hers.
Surprisingly, Christopher doesn't like ketchup on his meat pie.
Asia thinks it's a must-have.
Why am I telling you this?
It's because, while they were having this discussion, they were casually, and comfortably as can be, reaching over and taking some food off each other's plates.
Not like a sibling would. To pick a fight.
But like a best friend would. Without even thinking about it, you know?
Christopher would stab a potato and dip it in Asia's ketchup. She reached over and put another scoop of carrots on his plate. And then had some.
It was awesome. And I can't believe that it darned near is making me weepy just telling you about it. How amazing is that, for these kids to be that close?
I love it. And I adore these kids.