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How to get past a sister road hazard like a boss | WW

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Horsing around. Our girls do it well…even the youngest.

N apparently was in the way. (She may have set herself up, I missed that part).

E, after wrapping her sisters’ pants around her neck, scarf-style, thought it would be best to crawl over her sister instead of going around.

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For some reason, she had to stop to take a break. Why? Not sure. It is hard work climbing your bigger sister.

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But, she went back at it and followed through strong. Just look at that little foot crammed right into her sisters neck. She didn’t even complain. That’s love!

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*Yes, that outlet has since been recovered.

** No sisters were injured.


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25 Comments

  1. As always, Natalie is just too sweet! I love how silly and loving your girls are.

  2. grandma pat says:

    silly, silly girls

  3. Adapt & overcome! Just remember to save these pics for when they are older….

  4. HAHA! That’s cute and funny and totally could have been my house this morning!

  5. BalancingMama (Julie) says:

    I love your safety disclaimers – and those cutie girls, of course!

  6. OMG, your title had me in stitches! My girls used to play like this all the time when they were little. She definitely got over that sister road hazard like a boss!

  7. This is a very common scene in our house! Our 3 year old does this to her older brothers (ages 8 and 9) all the time! lol. So funny.

  8. Hahaha! My little one does that, too. And often over the dog!

  9. My kids do the exact same thing. Honestly, I don’t know how my son has so much patience for his little sister. He just lays there and takes it when she climbs all over him!

  10. Hahah, too cute! I can’t wait until my younger one is old enough to start really playing with her big sister.

  11. Love this. I hate when I lose an outlet cover. I know they are important but such a pain to remove.

  12. my boys love to wrestle around too. They are 5 & 2 and great together. It’s so sweet to see their bonding.

  13. Hilarious! I have an awesome picture of my nieces horsing around and my youngest one who wasn’t 2 year was sitting on her 5 year old sister as she cried — best picture ever!!

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