Yom Kippur means "Day of Atonement" and refers to the annual Jewish observance of fasting, prayer and repentance. This time of fasting people to put aside their physical desires to concentrate on the more spiritual needs through prayer, repentance and self-improvement. While this is a holy Jewish Holiday, you do not have to be Jewish to engage in a time of self-reflection and betterment of your whole being. May we all work to be the best form of ourselves.
These two. Oh how they have turned my world upside down. I cannot begin to tell you how eye opening this experience has been. Since they were born I have always hoped they would remain close. As they have gotten older and I see how different they are, which is such an amazing thing to watch, I pray they never let those differences get in the way of the bond that has already started to form. These two continually look for each other. They worry about the other when one is crying or sick. They are there with a pat on the back asking if the other is ok and they never battle their fears alone. Yes they fight. Yes they make each other cry and oh yes can they lose it when they don’t want to share but they will always have each other to share this life with.
When I saw these tees from @curlyqscounter I had to have them because they describe so perfectly their brotherhood and I am so proud of their journey together. What do your littles do that show you how close they are?