Monday, January 01, 2007

This is what separation anxiety looks like.

Corina doesn't only have a hard time when she has to be away from me. She also doesn't ever want to be away from her big brother. Max left a bit ago to play at a friend's house. It was horribly traumatic, as you can see.





9 comments:

Jason Randall said...

Taking pictures of your crying child is awesome.

bestsariah said...

I was trying to make her feel like a model.

Shannon said...

Her sadness makes me think Max was leaving for war. Poor Corina.

Laurie said...

I think it's adorable how Max tolerates it and he cares about how she feels even if he isn't sharing the same sentiment. You're a lucky mommy. I think I wanted to kill my brothers at that age.

bestsariah said...

The love Max and Corina have for each other is incredible. I've never seen siblings like them in my entire life. It's pretty awesome.

Shannon said...

Max and Corina must be Mexican. Their bond is just like the kids here, so sweet and so rare. I'm constantly wondering why the kids here are never beating the crap out of each other like my siblings and I did. Corina is the blondest mexican girl I've ever seen.

Dainon said...

That's just not right. I mean, the love is, but the rest ... I dunno.

bestsariah said...

Wow, Dainon. You were up late. Now what's not right? Mexicans with yellow hair?

Nicole said...

Jaron gets that sad when his brother leaves for a playdate. But it is because he wants to come. He's 4, but he thinks he's 10. Yes, and they bicker, too. Like all good brothers, right?! Though, I've been making them face each other and work it out. I briefly coach if necessary and make them come up with a solution. Funny thing is about having to sit close and face someone, you have to work it out!!! It usually takes them all of about 3 minutes!!