This morning I will be a braggy Nana and post some pictures of my grands. It is hard to believe that Kendall will be ten in April. She is growing in every way. I love her enthusiasm for life, her love of learning and her compassion for others.
These two can be pretty silly. And Kendall can really move a hula hoop too.
Landon and Margaret spending the night at Nana's. These two have been best friends all their lives. Only a year apart in age, they see life from the same viewpoint. Right before I snapped this picture, Margaret had her arm around Landon's shoulders...and he let her keep it there.
Baylor found a soft place to rest with Aunt Mimi.( Amelia's nick name since Margaret could not say Amelia when she was little) This big boy will be five tomorrow. While we did not invite Autism into our lives, it paid us a call. And if I could wave a magic wand and make it go away, I surely would. I have to say that Baylor's autism has changed our family. It has made us more patient, loving and empathetic to others on the spectrum. I thank God for this brave little boy who struggles each day to live in a world that is louder, brighter and scarier than it is for my other grands.
Only at Nana's can you find a little ice cream cone that fits little hands. God sent us Elliott because he brings laughter with him wherever he goes.
I had to share this one of Audrey and my mother. It is so precious. Audrey loves her Grandma!!
Not a grand, but my only niece on my side of the family...Laura is special to me. Sorry it is a bit blurry but I had to snap it on the spur of the moment!!