Ten years ago today I wrote a blog about brothers. You can read it here.
It included one of my favourite pictures of the boys on a family road-trip to California.
From the post:
I remember when we had both Max and Chris as young dudes in piano lessons. One night, they had a piano recital. They were both scared. It was sort of comical. Here’s why.
Brothers are brothers. That means always a punch or comment or wedgie or attempted wedgie or something.
That’s what brothers do.
Here’s what else brothers do. They have each others’ backs.
During this piano recital, the fooling around was over for the night or at least until the ‘stupid’ recital was over. It was simply, ‘I’m gonna support you and you’re gonna support me’ and we’ll get through this horrific event of playing this instrument in front of people we don’t know.
As part of the 10 year retrospective and reading blog posts from years ago, brothers and family relationships are a common theme. We are thankful as a family that those kinds of brotherhood relationships have grown beyond just blood relatives to a bond with friends (along with family!) that we will have for life through the good and the bad. Have a good week.