On the last day of Spring Break, Edda and I spent the afternoon napping together. When Edda sleeps, all the tension in her body relaxes and she doesn’t have the awake-rigidness that makes it hard for her to bend or turn. When she sleeps, she can curl her body around mine. When she sleeps, I can curl my body around her. She is going to middle school next year. I don’t want her to grow up.