South Windsor Edition

The Cayward Family

One of my favorite parts of the #Frontstepsproject is the birthday parades. When Kerry called me she said that this year had to be the best birthday ever for Liam! And it was! The line of police cars, firetrucks and cars was so long and they looped around twice. The Joy on the whole family’s face was so wonderful, especially during the early times of the Covid-19 pandemic. Thank you to the Cayward Family for being a part of this project!

Please tell us how this time has affected you and your family either in a positive and/or negative manner?

Spending more time with family at a slower pace has been such a positive. Worrying day to day has been a negative but doing our best.

What is one of your favorite memories or stories that happened during this time which includes your family and/or friends?

The birthday parade for my son, as he said this was one of his favorite birthdays ever!

What are some of the things that your family has done to cope with the new way of life? IE: school, work, family time etc.

Distance learning has been very difficult for us as parents and the children. We always make a point to make the little things, big things. Had to miss the Taylor Swift concert so we had one at home, had to miss a birthday party so we had a parade, etc. We also took many family walks and bike rides together…will alway cherish those times!

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Connecticut Based Professional Photographer with a studio located in South Windsor. Services offered are professional portraiture, event photography, high school senior photography, college senior photography and elderly portraiture. Don't forget about the pets too! We love them all but draw the lines at spiders!

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