Posted by: Naomi Baltuck | November 19, 2013

Sisters

Two sets of sisters.

All images and words copyright Naomi Baltuck

Click here for more interpretations of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Two.

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  1. This is the cutest!!

    • Hi Bea,
      That’s your cousins Lauren and Corinne. They were the cutest little kids (except for you and Eli, of course!). Take a kid and a kitten, and you have cute times ten!
      Love,
      Mom

      • Ahh, I was wondering. Very true!

  2. Love this and I love my sister! 🙂

    • Hi Jill,
      There is no friend like a sister! Mine is my best friend too. Thanks for the visit.

  3. Prrrfect!

  4. They are simply adorable!! Thanks for playing in this challenge!

  5. Hi Cee,
    It’s my pleasure. I’ve always loved watching and following your blog, but I don’t think I’ve participated in a challenge. It is great fun!

  6. Great pic! It really strikes a chord with me today as my sister hasn’t been well and is getting key results tomorrow. Blood is definitely thicker than water!

    • Oh, my dear. That is so so scary. I am so sorry, and wishing you and your sister all the best.

      • Thanks very much!

  7. It’s my sister’s 21st birthday this week, and I’m stuck at the wrong end of the country having to go to work instead of seeing her. Love the picture. My childminder had various kittens when I was a kid and I used to love playing with them.

    • Dear Kate,
      Happy birthday to your sister. It is hard to be so far apart, when you are so close at heart. It is amazing, though, how much smaller the world has grown since Skype and email have become a way of life.
      Thank you for sharing sweet memories of kitty cuddling!

  8. Oh, this took me back to my childhood on the farm. We had so many kittens. I named and fed them all. My son loves cat, too. I think it’s genetic. Except I’m now quite allergic, and it makes me sad. What a great photo!

    • Hi Jilanne,
      My kids love cats, and I do too, and we had cats when I was a kid. Like you, I developed allergies, and it makes me sad, but I can no longer keep cats. My poor kids had to settle for a hamster.
      Thanks for the visit!

      • Makes me wonder if you can OD on cat dander and then your body just says “no more!”

      • My doctor told me that people sometimes go through periods in their lives when they might move in or out of a sensitivity. Like little kids outgrowing their allergy to cow milk, or in our case, growing into an animal allergies. I was 19 when I realized I was allergic to my new cat, and to dogs and horse, which had also never been the case.

  9. 🙂 My daughters and the sister-cats, Phantom & Tabitha, that grew up with them have such an interesting, changing relationship. They curled up together as babies, fought fiercely in adolescence, and at least the human sisters are now best friends. The cats became merely tolerant housemates as adults…then went to separate houses with different daughters. Phantom is now 18 years old, Tabitha died of cancer a few years ago.

    • Hi Scilla,
      Thank you for sharing your story–I love the parallels between sister sets. Best wishes to all the sisters. Hang in there, Phantom!

  10. Sweet Animal lovers

  11. A perfect number and picture for the challenge. The same but different. 🙂

  12. Great photo … two twos…

  13. Now I miss my sister even more! 😦

    • Thank you for your visit, and for sharing your response. Thinking of you and your sister.

  14. Sweet. 🙂

  15. Precious 🙂

    • Thanks, Madhu. That’s a golden oldie–my nieces are all grown up with little kids of their own now!

  16. The best smile of the day!

    • Thank you, Terri! So good to hear from you–I hope you are well.

  17. Hi Naomi, I have missed a few of your posts from my reader… Thanks for stopping by 🙂

    • It is hard to keep up, especially around this time of year, when so much is going on. Thank you for the visit!

  18. Lovely photo! There is nobody quite like a sister… mine’s wonderful, the best! 🙂

    • You are very fortunate! My sister is my best friend too.


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