Today is my little sister Carii’s 22nd BIRTHDAY and today of all days I am feeling really mushy and kind of missing my little pookie. She is in college and I don’t really get to see her as much as I would like but I know that she is always a phone call away.
I am the oldest of 4 ( two little brothers and one little sister) and I have a older sister Tami who is to blame for my love of 90′s music but we will discuss that another time…
I am 9 years older than her but I promise she acts like she is my age. I remember growing up she was so-ooo bossy to where I told her, “You’re not my momma!” and she replied back, “But I can be…”. At that point I was done and I knew the crazy little sister that God had blessed me with.
My little duddie is also a big reason why I wanted my first child to be a baby girl. Carii is the most girliest of girls that I know. Between the two of us, she gets on me about wearing make up more often and she shops more than me but God wanted me to have a boy and I am happy that Clark will be here in September. When she found out I was pregnant, she made me go into the dressing room in Urban Outfitters, pulled up my shirt and immediately started talking to my belly. She is kinda crazy like that…
She is probably going to kill me for releasing her family nick name to the world wide web but I don’t care. hahahaha!
Happy Birthday to the best little sister I could wish for.
for always being there for me,
loving me unconditionally,
never judging me and trusting me with your secrets,
laughing at the craziest of things like barrel of money + superstar,
waking up to talking to me while I am on my way to work,
being a model + scout whenever I want to test out a new lens or location,
crying when I left for college because we both boo-who’d when it was your turn,
being my perfect movie date to chick flicks only because you scream too loud in the scary ones,
for not letting me be the only person who knows the lines to Clueless, Thin Line + Love & Basketball,
being my sister and friend.
I LOVE YOU!
FOR MY SISTER
Author: KRISTEN M SACCARDI