|The start of the walk|
|Waiting to begin|
Jeremy pushed Grammy, Brian pushed Nathan, and the rest of pushed ourselves!
My Dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease when he was 65 years old. The hardest moment of that whole time besides the original diagnosis was the first time he looked at me and didn't know who I was.
It was a gorgeous, fall day. A little hot but the breeze was coming in off the water. We were all happy to make it to the end! Dad, we were thinking of you.
Sunday was Nathan's christening - a perfect cap to the weekend. A smiling baby, who seemed a bit disappointed he wasn't going to get the usual head massage when his hair got wet, the kids all home, good food, good company - yup, it was a good day.
Looking at these pictures, I'm now wondering why we didn't take a picture with all the kids and Jim and I? Hmmm.
|Brian, Sara, Nathan, Debbie & Jim|
|Nathan and his great grandparents.|
Another wonderful family day. And a great weekend. Nathan and Mom took multiple naps on Monday to recover and I admit, when I rocked Nathan to sleep in the late afternoon, I woke up about an hour later!