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KG

Oh Carmen those pics are AWESOME! I LOVE when my girls all play together nicely. Twice a month when that happens (half-kidding) I will stop whatever I'm doing just to watch them. It's a double bonus when their brother joins in too. It truly makes all the craziness of motherhood worth it :)
Ask my mom about the Christmas gift from her girls last year. We had my uncle take a sister pic & it's HILARIOUS. You know I don't do makeup so my uncle PHOTOSHOPPED my sisters salmon pink lipstick onto my lips. I laughed so hard I cried it looked so ridiculous.

FishyGirl

My favorite sisters are my best friends and who I would have chosen to be my sisters had I had a choice. They are identical twins but I've always been able to tell them apart and we've been friends since ninth grade. My hope for my daughters is just that they end up friends, right now one is 8 and one is almost 13 and they share a room and really, they're over it right now. But we did go out to dinner on Saturday, just the three of us, and had a ton of fun, and my oldest who has said she wants to be the CEO of a wealthy and powerful company told her sister that once she achieves her goals then she would take her sister out to eat every single night. It was the sweetest she's been to her sister in months.

Stacey B.

I, too, have four daughters. A few months after the youngest was born I realized that their initials spelled out B..E..S..T in order of oldest to youngest. I couldn't have done that if I had tried. the boys are a bit jealous that theirs don't spell out something cool. See, I told you that I couldn't do it if I tried.

Oh, BTW, "S" thinks she is TinkerBell. She does that little crossed-arm pout/huff perfectly.

Molly

I have an identical twin sister that I'm very close to. I have 1 daughter (who's 11) but my sister has 3 daughters (ages 17, 10, and 1). I've always felt bad that I couldn't give my daughter a sister because I've enjoyed having a sister SO much. I would have to say that my favorite sisters are my twin sisters daughters for making my daughter feel like she has a sister by including her in so many of their activities. I love them for that!

Brittany

My favorite sister is my very own. My husband had 4 sister and he was the only boy, I think that's why we wants to have another baby, he wants our daughter to have a sister.

Glenda

I have a favorite sister is my own. She is 10 years older - quite the age difference. The best combo of sister and a mom. I am so lucky to have her. My life is just awesome with her.

Rebecca

I have two sisters and I have three daughters. I call or text my sisters every day: i hope my girls are the same way.

Rox

My sister is almost 8 years younger than me, and she is my very favorite. From her name -- Charity -- that fits her so well to her long flaxen hair, she was like a little fairy gift to me at birth! I used to dress her up and do her hair for hours, and she never complained. She remains a saint to this day and lives wayyyyy to far away from me -- I miss her too much!

Kirsten

I don't have a sister, and my daughter doesn't have one either...just brothers. I worry that she won't have that special sister bond. I'm lucky to have a sister-in-law that I'm very close to. She and I were college roommates before my husband and I got married! My daughter would love to have this movie.....fingers crossed!
P.S. the pics of your girls are priceless!!!! Adorable!

jules

I don't have a sister-but my SIL has been in my life since I was 13 so we kinda feel like sisters . .. .And I wish I had another daughter so that my daughter had a sister. I always wished for a sister when I was growing up, instead of brothers who picked on my and always punched me in the same place on my arm so I had a bruise for like, 3 years .. .

Jen S

My favorite sisters are my daughters, who are 5 and 3. I hope they grow up to be best friends. They have inside jokes, nicknames for each other and, as far as my 3 year-old is concerned, the sun shines out of my oldest. They're also very protective of each other and their little brother, and while they love each other, they certainly know how to fight too.

Kait

My favorite sisters are my daughters. They are so sweet and wonderful together. I'm thankful they have each other because they had over a year of life together before they came home to us so at least they share the history that we weren't a part of.

Melanie

My favorite sister is my sister. She is 12 years younger than me, but we have always been super close. She's an amazing aunt to my kids and an excellent sounding board when I need one. Sisters rock!!

Izzie

Favorite sisters? The ones from "White Christmas." They had the song, after all. :)

livivua

I love the bond my daughter and stepdaughter have- a great blessing

livivua

https://mobile.twitter.com/vivaciousgold/status/262290799046303745 tweet

Kerry

I don’t have sisters of my own, but I do have twin daughters and I have seen unconditional love in them! That is what sisterhood means to me.

Kerry

tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/262336850738421761

maria cantu

The Kardashians.

Barbara Leatham

Sisterhood is always being there unconditionally for each other

Barbara Leatham

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Colleen P

My favorite sisters are definitely my own! I love my big sis and my little sis (the "baby" of the family, who sometimes gets overlooked) unconditionally!

Colleen P

Tweet! https://twitter.com/sunnymum/status/263811631312674817

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  • Carmen Staicer is a whirlwind of energy and execution, who never sleeps and drinks way too much coffee. She works from home as Social Media Programs Manager for SheKnows, and is the mom to six kids, most of whom play instruments, sing or dance and all of whom are much smarter than she will ever be. In other words, her house is never ever quiet or still. A concentration of asthma, food allergies, spectrum disorders and learning disabilities means that she spends an awful lot of time second guessing herself and Dr. Googling, as well as learning to cook everything the family might like to eat. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, boxing (she has her Black Belt in Muay Thai), sleeping, exploring coffee shops, photography, ballet class and cooking. She excels in being a smart mouth and has her major in sarcasm, with a dual minor in BS studies and avoiding laundry.