Once upon a time, there was a mother named Sarah who had just given birth to her second child, a baby girl named Lily. Sarah’s first child, a two-year-old boy named Jack, was very excited to meet his new sister.

One day, Sarah was breastfeeding Lily when Jack came into the room. He looked at his mom and then at his sister and said, “Mommy, can I feed Lily too?” Sarah smiled and explained to Jack that he couldn’t breastfeed Lily because he didn’t have milk. Jack seemed disappointed but then came up with an idea.

He ran to the kitchen and grabbed a small bottle of water. He came back to the room and said, “Now I can feed Lily!” Sarah laughed and told Jack that Lily didn’t need water, but she appreciated his willingness to help.

From that day on, Jack would often sit next to his mom while she breastfed Lily and would hold her hand or stroke her head. Sarah was happy to see the bond forming between her children and knew that they would be lifelong friends.

As Lily grew older, Jack continued to be a caring and protective big brother. He would often sing to her, read to her, and play with her. Sarah was grateful for her children and the love they had for each other.

Years later, when Jack was a teenager and Lily was a preteen, they would still look back on the time when Jack tried to feed Lily with a bottle of water and laugh. They knew that their bond was unbreakable and that they would always be there for each other, no matter what.

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