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“Having separate pieces allows viewers to position the babies to reflect their children’s individual personalities. The openness of the title and the sentiment, “Love in abundance” suggests twins, but the piece could also work for cousins, or a gift for grandparents of two grandchildren born at about the same time."
Celebrating a treasured friendship of sharing and understandingSisters by Heart$34.00Description
“I’m very close to my sisters, and the friendship and support of other women has always enriched my life. I also realize that there are friends or other relatives that may not be blood sisters, but share this same type of closeness.”
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“A sister can save your life. A safety net. You never laugh harder than when you’re laughing with your sisters... or very close dear friends. You share the same history; the inside jokes that no one else would understand in the same way. A sister knows your faults and somehow puts up with them, and loves you in spite of them.
“I have two sisters – one nearby and one farther away. When I’m with either one, or both, the walks we take and the talks we have are like one long ongoing conversation... we cover all subjects about anything and everything. By my side, my sisters are with me, in the present moment. This piece is about the rich and sustaining, comfortable constancy of lifelong friends.”
By my sideBrother and Sister (lighter skin tone and hair color)$34.00Description
“The sentiment ‘By my side’ alludes to the shared background we have with our siblings; the unspoken support and consistent presence that we often take for granted when we are children, but grow to appreciate as we age. It could also imply that regardless of where our sibling is, he or she is truly always by our side."
Forging a bond that lasts a lifetimeBrothers$34.00Description
This push-pull pose between two brothers may be very familiar to parents of boys; it reflects the relationships that develop in childhood, and endure through adulthood.
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Lots to learn to love to grow together
"One of my favorite photos, taken long ago, is of my then-toddler daughter holding her newborn brother in exactly this pose. She is holding onto the baby with her entire body—her gesture communicating possession as well as pride and wonder. As the days and weeks passed, a little bit of big-sister jealousy crept in...
"Growing up together, they had to work things out... the push and pull, all the spats that siblings go through... gradually learning to love and support one another, until eventually discovering... they are each other's greatest gift."
- Interior packaging: recyclable paper pulp
- Lots to learn to love to grow together