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The Sisters Bond

This post is for #SiblingStories blogging train hosted by Ila Varma in collaboration with the Brand Ang Tatva. Thirty three esteemed bloggers from blogging fraternity have joined hands to participate in the Blog train for #SiblingTalk reviving the sweet and tickling hours spent with loving siblings and revive golden memories of the past.

My name is Shipra and I am a working mother who is a part time blogger as well. I share my parenting experience through my blog and I also love to write about food, health and technology. Cartoon making is another thing I really enjoy and I own a cartoon series #VibhuAndPapa that you can find on Twitter. They are the funny conversation between my son and my husband. Work line wise, I am a software project manager who now a days is working on Digital Accessibility. My this year's #MyfriendAlexa post are about making our blogs accessible. Check them if you like to know more.

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We are two sisters and with growing up together, I realized that "Sisters Bond" is powerful than James Bond. My younger sister and I share such beautiful relationship that we never fail to stick together. We are settled and busy in our families, still when we talk, we talk like mads. Instead of writing a post about all of the wonderful things there are about having a sister I decided to make a few cartoons instead. One thing I would like to quote that "Sisters fight, sisters have ups and downs, but sisters are always there for each other at the end of the day".

Declaimer : In second pic, the joke only my sister and I can understand. And even this is such an old private joke, we still laugh like crazy as we said this to each other.


Hope you enjoyed these cartoon strips. Read next series of #SiblingStories contributed by Neha Tambe.


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  1. Jokes that we crack with our sisters, are always a mystery for rest to decide. Sometimes we don't have yo say the entire srntesen. Only a few words are enough to enter into the launching zone.
    #Siblingtalks #Siblingstories

  2. This was so innovative. And I agree that a sister is the best thing that could happen to you.

  3. I didn't know about your cartoon designing talent. These are lovely. And I feel this is the kind of bond every sibling shares, secret jokes, funny talks which only those two can understand.

  4. Shopping and siblings. Interesting. Nice time there though I wish they were have-drawn.

    Arvind Passey

  5. Enjoyed your post, Shipra. Sisters are a sacred bond

  6. Innovative way of presenting sibling stories!

  7. Loved the cartoon strips! Yes, inside jokes are the special bond between sisters and siblings, both. Your post refreshed so many memories.

  8. Haha, agree on every point! Me too have a younger sis and I can vouch for the Sister bond

  9. I loved the way you depicted the beautiful relationship with a sister using cartoons. I have a younger sister too (you will be reading about her very soon) and I could so relate to each of the 5 points!

  10. Nice cartoons , Yes it's great to have lovely sis with whom you can share your stuffs , specially outfits & makeup :)

  11. I liked the concept of telling the story through cartoons. Why don't you try and write comic book on the bond between you and your sister.

  12. Nice and unique way of presenting your bond with your sister. Enjoyed it.

  13. Those cartoons are way too cute! Enjoyed the post as well. Keep going!

  14. Those cartoons are way too cute! Enjoyed the post as well. Keep going!

  15. Salute to your cartoon making skills and the way your spread your thoughts. Benefits of having a sister is a too good way.

  16. Your post is quite different and interesting. Since I have a sister too, I can relate to it quite well

  17. well said, even its stronger than James bond! :) you dont need anymore friend when you have a sister :). Loved your cartoons. Its so sweet.

  18. this bring the laughter and you are amazing in cartoons . different from all posts

  19. I want to understand that secret cartoon too. And WOW for cartoon designing talent . How did u do it ? #siblingstories

  20. you are so creative ! some imagination that is :) and i so agree, with siblings that inside joke is the best !

  21. That's truly an amazing post , life is great with siblings and Love the cartoon pictures. Nice way

  22. Wow! so talented you are.Depiction of your sibling stories through Cartoons is so amazing.Definitely the bond
    shared between sisters are so special.

  23. Great that somebody is talking about this strong sibling bond otherwise sisters are always thought to be incompatible

  24. I like it when you said "Sister bond is stronger than James bond", as I understand the bond well with my sisters. Loved your cartoon series too :)

    MeenalSonal from AuraOfThoughts

  25. Me n my elder sister share a very special bond. She is 9 years elder to me and is my bestest friend and the one I trust the most. She is my lifeline indeed.. i just loved ur post..and the cartoon series is so perfect 😘

  26. I loved your story and expressing it through this sweet and cute cartoon! God Bless you both sisters!


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