|Jayden & Batman|
I have just had the best five days. A whirlwind visit from my daughter and my two grandsons, all the way from Western Australia, had me realising just how cool it is to hang out with a three and a half year old! What joy he brought into my home, along with his ever smiling 7 month old brother. My daughter is obviously doing something right to have such lovely children.
There were so many funny moments courtesy of Jayden, but the highlight for all of us was when he met his hero Batman at Movie World here on the Gold Coast. Batman even took the time to talk to Jayden during the end of day parade which totally brought tears to my eyes! I never thought Batman could be so cool :) Jayden was totally awestruck, especially after the Batman Show which had him shaking in his sandals it was so intense, and after he had his photo taken he just had to tell everyone about "my friend Batman". What a magical age three and a half is!
All good things must come to an end and we said goodbye on Wednesday. Jayden left armed with his new Bat Cave that I couldn't resist buying him, and I've been left with some fantastic memories. Now I'm counting down to Easter when I'll fly over for Taj's first birthday.
Being a Nana (albeit a far too young one lol!) is a truly wonderful experience, and I can highly recommend it.
All this excitement hasn't left me much time to read this week, and I was ill for a couple of weeks prior, so I have a lot of reading to catch up on. Plenty of recommendations are coming in via Twitter and my Kindle will be put to good use soon as I try a few Indie horror authors. Right now though I'm finishing off Dicken's Dombey and Sons (depressing), The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins (compelling argument against religion) and Damned by Chuck Palahniuk (disappointing so far).
I'm up to Book 9 of The Iliad. So, I'm off to bed now to spend some time with the Greeks and Trojans.
Happy Reading All!