I am fortunate that some of our family is Jewish and some of our family is Christian. If you have been celebrating Easter today, Happy Easter, and if you are in the midst of celebrating Passover, Chag Sameach. If you celebrate neither, I hope you have had a lovely weekend.
My husband and I just returned from spending a week with one of our daughters, her husband, our almost-3-year-old grandson and our brand new baby granddaughter. We rented a vacation flat that was close by, as there certainly wasn’t room in their small house for two more adults. That also enabled both us and them to have some privacy and to somewhat keep our regular schedules. We are no longer used to waking up in the middle of the night with a crying baby, nor getting up at the crack of dawn with a happily active pre-schooler. So renting a vacation flat worked out brilliantly for all of us.
We were there to meet the new little one, participate in her Naming ceremony, read stories and play with the almost-3-year-old, and generally help out. As my English Aunt has said to me, “Isn’t being a Grammy grand!” It is indeed.