Lovin's from Da Sista

My daughter's Activity Days leaders, Sara, emailed me with a totally cute story from when the girls came to "heart" our house. I absolutely loved it and wanted to share.

From Sara:

Hi Danyelle, I just got caught up on your blog. I'm glad everything went well. It is so nice to know that there is a great children's hospital here in KC. I hope Isaac is still recovering quickly and doing well. I have to tell you that MJ was so funny when we hearted your house. I told everyone when we were making the hearts that it was going to be a surprise as to whose house we were going to but that is was someone who needed a little extra love. When we got closer to your house I hear MJ say, "Hey, this is by my house." Then as I pulled into your cul-de-sac I hear MJ get a little more excited and say, "Hey! This is my street. Hey guys, the person lives on my street!" Then when we pulled into your driveway MJ just couldn't contain it any longer. It was so funny. I told the girls we were going to heart MJ's house and then I asked them why and MJ said, "Because of Isaac...I miss him." How cute is that? She is a sweet girl.

Ah, the tears are threatening to flow. Thank you so much for sharing this sweet story, Sara. I hope everyone enjoys a little sisterly love today.

Would you like to comment?

Amy said...

That's a great sister, Isaac has. And I can just image how excited MJ was to find out it was her house that was going to be "Hearted".

SUPPORT said...

I am new here! What a great blog :)

Danyelle Ferguson said...

I'd have to agree that Isaac has a pretty awesome sister. But then again, I'm pretty partial as I'm her mom. :)

Tigger, welcome!

Anonymous said...

So cute.

I am so glad my kids have each other.

Someone told me once that the sibling relationship lasts longer than any other...think about it...it's true.

(At least in this life :))

Danyelle Ferguson said...

I've never thought about it that way before, but it is true. You know them practically your whole life, even longer than parents and spouse - here on earth anyway. :)

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful story to share with you - love it and I am teary eyed as well
We've been super busy remodeling but wanted to stop by and see how you were

Danyelle Ferguson said...


You are always doing the most awesome stuff! I can't wait to come out and see what you've been up to. Thanks for checking up on my family!