The family experience is much like a river flowing; no similar activity is exactly the same because the water drifting by is never the same is at once was. The big sister job is much different this time around because the ages of the girls are so much different. The twins were barely two when Rosaline came along. They wore "big sister" shirts proudly and posed for the cameras with the newborn sis in their laps; but they were still as much babies themselves. With Lorelei it's vastly different. The twins are coming up on six and Zozz is nearing four - they really are big girls and are embodying a much more active role as big sisters. This morning, while breakfast was being made and coffee still brewing, I changed a diaper and passed the baby off t he Genevieve's open and eager arms. And there they sat, comfy on the sofa for the next thirty minutes or so. Any time she cries or coo's, three sets of feet come running to check; to plug a binky in her mouth or report on a spit up that needs cleaning. So far no one is willing to change the blowout diapers. . .. but there's hope yet.