A month or two back, my daughter was online looking through old photos online, as I wanted something in particular.She found two short films with Rhys in them, one in particular was so happy.She, Ben and I sat here watching it and crying as it was just so heartwrenching.To hear Rhys laughing and talking, to see him moving, to see him as HIM.He was with my other two and one of their cousins in the film.It will be so precious when I want to hear Rhys and see him move.
You are right Susie,a film is something lovely.(Not just elderly parents though, everyone in the family,because tomorrow is not guaranteed to anyone).
I am also in the process of writing a letter to each of my children, my husband and my grandson, to be kept in my deedbox for when the time is right. This was something my bereavement counsellor suggested.I have written in the past, but not since Rhys.
I love looking at your Mum Susie, she always reminds me of my Nan,and it makes me smile to hear her.
Bowlingbun,((((((hugs)))))) to you.