And so proudly proclaims Jack’s new T-shirt!
We had an amazing visit with Auntie Rosie, and after a week with her, Jack sat quietly in the middle of the living room after she left for her early morning flight, and just looked around. He stared over at the couch where she had been sleeping, then looked back at me as if to say, “But Mommy, this is the time of day where I usually sit on the couch and grab Auntie Rosie’s nose and pull her hair while she tries to read me a book. Where is she? And why do you look so sad now?” What he was probably thinking was, “Great, now who is going is going to teach me how to bake more cakes, I was just getting the hang of the lemon zester…”
It’s hard when people leave, but Jack and Rosie bonded so well over the week that this was an especially hard departure, and one of the first I truly think he noticed. It will be nice, however, to take Jack places and for people to believe that he’s mine…
I present: “Twins: A Photography Installation in Unexpected yet Uncanny Resemblances”