Most of the blog has been about our youngest girls, Olivia and Keira, as they are undoubtedly going through the most these days. But I would be remiss to not share more about our oldest daughter, Eva.
With all that our family is going through she is handling it incredibly well. While she may not understand everything yet, what she does know she processes, asks her questions, and moves right along; always rolling with the punches.
She is truly coming into her own as a big sister; talking with Livvy to cheer her up when she cries, including her in her activities, and being silly to make Keira laugh every chance she gets. She makes them both pictures with their names on them + “I ❤ U” and is already planning what she wants to get them for Christmas.
While school is different for everyone due to Coronavirus, it is a little more so for Eva. Her school has been absolutely amazing and so supportive as we navigate through these uncharted waters together. But because Milan is 8 hours ahead of Phoenix, Eva only gets to partake in her online Zoom session with the other kids at 4:15pm then it’s time for dinner. Because of that, we work on activities with her throughout the day and she has started taking Italian lessons twice a week (also on Zoom).
When she is not doing school projects she is always inventing and creating things of her own; zip lines for her stuffed animals, sleds out of Amazon boxes, jewelry for her sisters and decorations for the holidays. But her new favorite activity is riding her bike – on two wheels only! (Thanks to lessons from the self-proclaimed best teacher ever, Dad, and to Laura & Silvio who lent us this bike to use for her while we are here) “I’m so glad I got to learn to ride my bike in Italy before going back home to Arizona!” she said the other day.
She is growing in so many ways and we couldn’t be more proud of her! ❤
2 thoughts on “A Little Bit About Eva”
God Bless you Eva as your heart is enlarged with compassion and love for your sisters! We are so proud of you, as we are of all of you, what a job your doing in the most difficult of times. Prayers continue for all of you to stay well and peaceful, great to hear all about Eva, she is precious…..love all of you Uncle Jim and Aunt Judy
Eva has grown so much since I saw her in AZ. My thoughts & prayers are with all of you. With live & best wishes, Martha LaBelle