She settled one arm around him, happy to be close to him. "I know," sometimes she wished she could have changed that, but on other parts she knew history had to take place. "Which makes it good, considering I like caring for you. And when you feel better we'll plan Easter. Ella's old enough to look for eggs now."
She grinned, "and that's not the point of Easter, not the full point anyway, but she's still young and can learn when she's older." She set aside her need to correct things around her daughter. Ella could enjoy these holidays without getting lectured. "See if Mairead wants to do that too."