This little guy is my Great-Grandson and the 1st one to hold the title. He came into this world to loving and doting parents and I am so happy for him.
As we were together for his 1st Valentines Day, my daughter (Great Auntie) Malinda was interacting with him. It was the first time I had seen this side of him without a hat on. I noticed a mark on his head and I realized that I too have a mark there Wow. That is so cool.
I looked at my son sitting next to me and told him what I just discovered. I asked him if he or Matt (Matt’s dad) had a mark, too. He said no . I looked across the table and questioned my daughter, seen in the photo to the right. She and her children do not have a mark either and she has four children.
At this point, the whole table was talking about this realization and Courtney said that they call the mark an “Angel’s Kiss” and smiled. I didn’t know about that, did you? I thought this is extraordinary and I would need to document this for future reference.
As I have stated before, I do not have a frame of reference for my birth family, so I wonder if this is my own trait that has skipped two generations (my son and grandson) and since Matt is my first great-grandchild. It’s like two generations ago, a relative also had this mark.
Soon, my other Grandson, Cameron, is expecting his baby around my birthday. I will be interested if he also has my family trait.
I am connected to my family in more ways than I ever thought possible. Silly me for thinking I know all about my family.
I do know that I love them and I can see me staring back when I speak to them.