Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Life | A to Z Challenge | H

H is for Hannah

Hannah is my amazing big sister. We haven't always had a tight knit relationship, with her once being a stubborn stroppy teenager, and me  attempting to be a mini version of her...and failing. Hannah at the age of 16 - 17 had this whole Emo thing going on (to those who know her now, I'm sure you can't imagine that at all!), and me being 5 years younger, looked up to her and copied her style. This annoyed her quite a lot.
The power of three: my brother bill, my sister and I on Hannah's wedding day last August.

Our relationship improved a lot as I grew into my own person and grew up. When she began dating her now brilliant husband Jay, we began to grow a lot closer. I remember the day she told me she was pregnant with my now 5 year old niece, I walked into the room we shared together and she said 'You're going to be an aunt' I was only 13 at the time and was just a tad flabbergasted.

And two years ago she had my beautiful little nephew. She is an amazing mum, and she absolutely loves being one. She's a very generous, kind and thoughtful person. She's had a few ups and downs in her life, but has always over come them and it has made her a stronger person. She has a short temper and like most females in our family, they're very lovely and sweet, but you wouldn't want to cross them. I really look up to my big sister and I don't think she knows quite how much!

I'm very lucky to have such an amazing big sister.
MissIsGoode

16 comments :

  1. Awww that's really sweet! I just have an older brother, so I never had the opportunity to have a big sister. Lovely story!

    Steph xx
    http://www.texastolondon.com/

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    1. Thank you! Yeah brothers tend to go one of two ways: protective or a pain the ass!

      Thanks for stopping by!
      Issy xx

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  2. Really sweet post.

    Blogging A to Z Challenge http://www.shellygoodmanwright.com/apps/blog/

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  3. I love personal posts! And you look stunning in red :)
    http://www.effervescencia.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thanks for reading! Thank you, even with red hair I still can't resist wearing red!

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  4. Cute photos.
    Sweet to hear of such dear family ties.
    Stopping by from the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge FB page.

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    1. Thank you!
      I'll swing by your A to Z! (:

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  5. That's sweet. I have a lil bro who's younger to me by 10 years... and who do irritate me to the core at times. But whatever at the end, siblings do make life beautiful :) And pic looks beautiful.

    _ A fellow blogger from A to Z!

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    1. Yeah siblings can be a pain in the ass but still lovely to have them! Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. I love this post. I too grew closer to my sister with age and especially when we both were married and had families. Love the photos, her children are so cute. Lucy from Lucy's Reality

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    1. I think you're always bound to squabble when you're both younger! I imagine when I have children in years to come we'll be even closer with more in common! Thank you!

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  7. Very sweet. I'll be writing about my sister for my "m" post. hooray for sisters!

    www.m5carolin.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you! Woo sisters! They help us through the a to z challenge!

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  8. I love you and will always be there for you. That is all :-) xxxxx

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    1. I love you too big sis! Visa versa :) xxxxx

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