I know that I'm biased, but I truly believe that Jenny is the perfect mother. She has a soft voice and a sweet smile, so she's super comforting.
But at the same time, she is a very strong woman, so she fights for our child and she doesn't back down.
She always encourages everyone around her to be a better person, and I watch in awe when she helps Nathan realize his strengths, whether he's trying to draw, play soccer, or learn his letters. She's always there to help him understand that he can do whatever he wants to do.
She is so patient with Nathan and with our family. I watched her make apple sauce with him, and in between turning the crank to peel the apples, he liked to sneak a few apple pieces into his mouth. Jenny simply smiled and kept cooking with him, sneaking a piece of apple for herself too.
Jenny plays the saxophone and the trombone, and she's teaching him all about music, so that he'll always have a way to express himself. So far, he really loves Disney movies and musicals. He sings along with the music. It's adorable.
Jenny’s flexible job as a Pediatric Occupational Therapist has allowed her ample time with Nathan, taking him to swimming, to gymnastics, to music class, and to the zoo. He loves to ride the little fire truck ride at the zoo and to learn about all the animals.
The only thing missing in Jenny's life is our second child. She loves making quilts, and has a little quilt ready and waiting for another baby.