Aaron and I sat around last night, talking about how special Sahaj is, and I said to my husband, he's the nicest person I've ever met in this world. And truly, Sahaj is. I don't know anything else more real.
In our little pack of wolves, he is always the first to stand up and help. I secretly wish I knew what it felt like to have him as an older brother.
Our only summer baby, he's a ball of delight in every season.
As you may know already, I have a thing about writing down statements that my kids make. I tuck scraps of paper smeared with their sense and spirit into notebooks. Here is some insite I scribbled earlier this year:
"You can turn something dark into something bright, just add stars."
His words are jewels,
just like his eyes.
This little boy, who is growing into such a handsome, devoted young man, holds my heart(and Haile's, too).
We've spent the majority of this lazy summer reading, and I've just finished a book which was highly recommended to me by Sahaj, Odd and the Frost Giants. He tells me that he enjoyed most, the part where the rainbow was formed out of ice, and then they fell into Asgard.
He's just a good kid. I hope to spend so many more days with him, trading books, reading about supernovas, coloring the world, and seeing the trail of magic that is left behind after his laughter.