What are the best things about him?
Oh. I think... it’s his smile. He smiles as soon as he sees you. It’s his love, and his way, you know, he’s, when he talks to you, the funny little things he says. He doesn’t understand jokes, but he likes to make his own jokes up, and I think it’s just what I get back from him. You know, if I tell you something, it does make me have a lump in my throat, but [name] has to find ways of loving me more. So he came over one day and he said, “I love you, up into outer space and round the planet and back twice.” And I went, “That is a lot of love. And I love you as well loads.” So the next time he saw me, “I love you up into outer space and back twice zigzagging,” because he’s found a little bit more.” So I always say, “And I love you that as well. It’s lovely.” And the next morning he said, “I do love you nanny.” And I said, “I know.” And he said, “Well I’ve been considering this.” He said, “And the more I see you, the more I love you.” And this was from a 5 year old. And what else can you say when you’ve got a child who gives you all that – sorry – but you love him, [laughs] you know, that’s [name] is, such a loving child, you know, and there’s just this little bit with him. But on the whole he’s… it’s the love I think, you know, and this happy little soul that he is. That’s all I can see about [name]. You’d have to see him to understand him [laughs].