I just had to blog about it. I know that it is not good to compare, but I am seeing glaring differences between my two girls that I wanted to capture them in writing. I am sure they would be interested to know about them later, too!
MC, my five years old, loves cheese; IC hates it.
MC sleeps without a pillow; IC cant sleep without one.
MC loves Stephanie in Lazy Town; IC is still crazy about Pippi.
MC is a walker; IC would rather drive.
MC likes to play with friends; IC enjoys playing alone.
MC is too shy to even give an acquiantance a quick glance; IC greets everyone with a smile and a loud hello.
MC wont go out without combing her hair; IC would rather just go out.
When MC hears IC crying, she would cry in sympathy; when IC hears MC crying, she would come to me and say, 'I am a good girl, right?'
MC is not afraid of sudden, loud noises; IC would always jump.
When MC did something bad, she would be ashamed of it; IC would walk with an 'I dont care about it' attitude.
MC is tidy; IC would always irritate her sister by her clutters and would plainly refuse to help her sister to clean up her own mess.
MC still refuses to sleep alone; IC is already getting used to it.
MC would move with threats; IC would threaten you back.
MC loves chocolate ice cream; IC goes for vanilla.
MC would always inform us where she is: 'am in the toilet, am in the garden, etc'; IC would simply call out and say 'am finished, wash me up.'
MC gives up in crying frustrations most of the time; IC would be cool about it.
MC shares; IC wont share. MC wont share; IC shares :-D
MC dont like to go there; IC would love to go there.
MC slaps; IC pinches -- And when these things happen, MC would keep quiet; IC would blame someone (even her imaginary friends).
MC needs a hug when hurt; IC wants only a plaster (band aid).
MC would skip eating even if she is hungry especially if she's busy playing; IC would stop everything whenever she hears a noise in the kitchen.
MC would not accept defeat from the Sandman; IC would definitely inform us that she wants to go to bed NOW.
Whew, I enjoyed listing these things down. Who knows, tomorrow it might just be the other way around. I would definitely love to see their faces when they read this!