This is so beautiful. At the hospital, Jessica comforts her newly-born sister (Vanessa) as she starts crying. When Vanessa cries, Jessica tells her repeatedly and reassuringly, “You’re OK, you’re OK. You’re fine, you’re fine”. And she seems to listen. It seems to calm her. She stops crying.
In the second scene, baby Vanessa seems uncomfortable, perhaps on the verge of crying again. Big sister steps in again: “You’re OK, you’re OK. You’re fine, you’re fine”.
“You’re fine, you’re fine, you’re fine”.
The repetition. Like a lullaby.
At the very end of the video, it sounds like Jessica’s saying she’s going to get her little sister’s hat.
Maybe she thinks she’s cold.
This is obviously a girl who takes her big sister role very seriously.
The video was shot two years ago, has received over half a million hits on YouTube and is still being watched. A video – not quite a minute long – massive impact – showing the love from one sister to another – and the magical, beautiful way children communicate.