Even the teachers took part : Aunty Diane, Aunty Helga and Aunty Francis
And Meghan and Chrisna took their parts very SERIOUSLY!
Uncle Grant (who heads up our music ministry) also got up on stage and lead the congregation in the singing of "Mary's Boy Child", while Aunty Saskia prompted the children from the floor.
Two beautiful angels
Our "extended" family
On a rather low-note : we are not sure what is up with our smallest little angel. Since Thursday last week, Sam seems unable to tolerate any weight-bearing on his right leg, being his "strong" leg. For those of you that know how passionate our little Smurf is about walking, standing and jumping you will understand the concern in this. We had a series of x-rays taken yesterday from hip to toe of both legs, but it shows absolutely no indication of any fractured bones, which was my first worry especially taking into consideration the seemingly increasing occurence of our RTS-sweeties suffering with brittle bones as well their exceptionally high pain threshold. At least though a fractured bone would have provided us with an answer as to what could possibly be preventing Sam from using his leg as normal.
As jumping, walking and standing took up a rather large part of Sam's activities for the day he has found himself having to make do with things like sitting (for sure, his least favourite activity) and playing with toys.
His body language says it all...
We are hoping that whatever it is that is bothering Sam rights itself soon
And....back to a high-note : Chrisna's step-dad, Heinrich, takes photo's for a stunning non-profit organisation called : "Race to Live" whose vision it is to make it possible for children/adults who are suffering with life threatening diseases see their dream of experiencing a racetrack, come true.
Chrisna with her mom, Rona, and step-dad Heinrich