We have had such a glorious week with our son Jonathan, his wife Reseth and their two darling sons Aaron 3 and Titus 1, along with our daughter Cherish from Ely and of course Joanna who stays with us at camp. Aaron is extremely verbal and some of the most hilarious things come out of his mouth. We were kept in constant laughter between his verbal exchanges and Titus' creative dance moves while Cherish played her keyboard or I played the guitar. His head bobbled back and forth as he clapped his hands and crouched in a deep knee position and sometimes twirled around dipping one shoulder. Classic moves. They both love music. Aaron has a complete drum set at home that he often plays on for hours in a day, so when Cherish brought him some bongos to play, he went right at it.
I think we did everything you could possibly do for fun during their week stay, including fishing, swimming, boating, four wheeling, berry picking, floating down the Lazy River, hiking, watching old family movies, playing games, and roasting hot dogs and marsh mellows around the campfire.
There's nothing like being together with family for soul satisfying memories. Titus is at the age where you can still hug and kiss him to your heart's delight and he doesn't mind too much. Although Aaron is still very expressive in loving us all with lots of hugs and kisses and the two brothers are constantly expressing their affection to each other which really warms my heart. It's probably because Jonathan and Reseth have been pouring oodles of love and affection into both of them. It just can't help but come out of them.
We only get to see them once or twice a year, so each visit is extra special and long awaited.