It seemed that when Fili made a promise, he was in no hurry to break it.
True to his word, Fili oversaw everything his brother did.
He watched his Uncle rock him to sleep and he tried to learn the lullabies too, so that he might sing them.
He always knew when Kili needed to be fed for he would fetch his mother and bring her to the baby.
If Kili was too hot or cold, Fili would undoubtedly be the first to know and respond to his needs.
He seemed to know what Kili liked and didn't like.
For example, Fili had gone to his mother with a very grown-up look on his face. "Mama, I think you should move the cot next to my bed," he said. Both Fili and Kili slept in the nursery. "Why, my pet?" Dis frowned. "Kili doesn't like sleeping on his own. And he likes to be put to bed when the sun is going down and not in the dark because he likes the colours the sun makes. He won't go to sleep in lots of dark. Also, he much prefers having the blue blanket when he goes to sleep rather than the brown bla