Tessa and Reed each took up something new this Spring. Which means that Roger and I did, too.
Reed, born into the Red Sox Nation (his dad’s bloodline), is now spending two hours a week developing his skills to possibly be a contributing member of that nation someday (or just to have fun).
And Tessa spends two hours a week cheering and dancing.
Which means that Roger and I spend several hours a week in the Spring air on camp chairs, talking with each other about how amazingly well (and fast) our kids are growing up.
These are the quintessential parenting moments I had in mind those 40 years (give or take 35) we wandered the fertility desert.
I have arrived at my own vision of the Promised Land. Only it’s so much better than I could ever have conceived.
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