Favorite Activity


What is/was your favorite activity to do with your sibling?

2nd question of the ‘Be Positive‘ Collection

 

Sophia Sarkar: I love to run around with Carter outside and play tag with him.

Garrett McKenzie: I love to play blocks with my sister Reagan and see how high we can build them!

Matthew Moon: I like to play with Jacob. We play catch together. I like to jump with him on the trampoline.

Katie Di Ilio: My favourite activity to do with my brother was playing ball. He would laugh and scream and smile so big. It was contagious and he would go on for hours.

Grey Chapin: I loved jumping on the trampoline with Blair. As she laughed and jumped while holding my hand, I always felt very grateful to have her as a sister. This was one of her favorite activities too, so we made sure to jump with her as often as possible. Another one of my favorite things to do with B was reading her bedtime stories right before she went to sleep. My favorite book to read her was “Goodnight Moon”, and she was usually already asleep by the time I finished reading it. I would give her a kiss on the cheek and say goodnight. Those were some of my favorite moments with B.

Samantha Byers: Playing with our Sesame Street playhouse together. We play together really nicely because we both like it and it’s something Will can do that I can do with him.

 

Next Question: What is/was your favorite place to go with your sibling?


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