Every parent has them right? I feel very proud of my children most times, well, maybe I should say blessed. I have been overjoyed at seeing my children put others before themselves, or to step out of their comfort zone and be responsible for something.
We have had a number of break ups for this year, now you know why I haven’t been around.
We went to Buln Buln to visit our grandparents and Jared’s parents, and on the way home we popped in to see an elderly lady in a nursing home. The lady wasn’t in, so we stayed and spoke to some of the patients. Steph was asked by a nurse if she could play the piano. Steph freaked out in her quiet manner, but then got up bodly, and played, and played well. I was so proud of her, she was so graceful and sweet. Camden held onto a ladies hand and just smiled up into her face for about half an hour. The nurse took a photo of Camden, because the lady (who obviously had dementia) was responding to him. Alycia held someone’s hand to0. Cassandra did a little dance, and Lachlan melted into the background (we have to work on him). I think we need to do this more often, all of the people in that room had a little sparkle in their eyes once we left, what a blessing my children were.
So we have done a bit of visiting, a bit of baking, crafting, and of course getting ready for Christmas.