It is really melting my heart watching my daughters and the bond that has been lovingly created between the two of them. Mind you it has not always been this way, I can remember the look that Jennifer had standing looking out the window at the airport as she saw her sister for the first time. I truly believed she thought Jillian was going to be a newborn baby not 14 months old and not someone who was going to take her toys, need attention, get affection and interrupt her life as the only child. Jennifer had a lot of resentment, showed a lot of anger toward me especially because Jillian clung to me. There was a lot hands on her sister, she pushed her, tackled, and hit her. Then there was Jillian who had to held 24 -7, if Jennifer came near me Jill would come at her with her claws out ready to attack, she didn't want to share.Big time jealousy issues with both girls, it was very challenging, not unexpected but far worse than I had anticipated. We made an effort to take Jennifer on outings of her own once a week with Mommy or Daddy, this was a big help, it was her time , no Jillian and all the attention was given to her. This also gave Jillian one on one to bond with Mommy and Daddy and have some alone time. As Jillian got a little older and her mobility and verbal skills improved there was some positive interaction happening and I found my self looking for games and toys that both girls could play, my favourite(and still continues to be)was Fisher Price's little people's zoo, farm, and the doll house. It has been over a year and a half that Jillian joined her forever family and I would say that the last six months my girls have been inseparable, they are lost without one another. They are not without their sister squabbles, fighting and then turning around and hugging. Jennifer the angry little girl has turned into a very protective, loving big sister and jealous Jillian has turned into a loving little sister who looks up to her big sister for guidance and affection. They are sisters and the best of friends.