And for Calliope, coming home means Eleanor (and Mommy). I thought she might want to see her room first, after being away for six weeks, but all she wanted was to go straight to Eleanor's house.
These two girls have been together eight hours a day (mostly without other children) since they were three and four months old. And they couldn't have been more thrilled to be back together again.
|Their favorite -- butter scones at Qathra on Sunday mornings|
|It's more fun, albeit a little crowded, to slide together?|
|First gymnastics class -- Eleanor at far left, Calliope in the middle, next to their former classmate, Claire|
|At the playground with good buddy Iris|
|On the subway with Iris of the amazing sunglasses.|
Not needing the stroller anymore allows for so many new adventures!
|Our nanny and Iris's are good friends so luckily the girls see a lot of each|
other. They get along beautifully. Whenever Iris' nanny is sick, Susie
watches all three. They have a blast and both Iris and Eleanor cry when it's
time to go home.
|They insisted on holding hands to walk to the playground for some sprinkler fun|
|First play date at Eleanor's house after a summer apart|