Being the oldest of six (currently seven) kids can be the best thing in the world, but it can also be a pain in the butt. Or maybe I should say I pain in the head… Today we had a wonderful day out with the whole family, hanging out with friends again, and really enjoying the beautiful summer day. I absolutely love watching my siblings have fun while we’re out, especially watching my youngest sisters learning how to swim. However, being around so many people can really give you a headache.
But what makes me feel better than anything in the world? Those same little four-year-old and two-year-old faces looking up at me and asking if I’m feeling alright, and giving me hugs to make me feel better. Those are the moments that make me realize that it doesn’t matter how bad I feel at times, because I’ll always have siblings to brighten my day and make me feel great again. That’s the feeling that I get from doing foster care and meeting such incredible kids.
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