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Bà mẹ trẻ đưa cụ bà cô đơn về nhà mình đón Giáng sinh

After 10 years to celebrate Christmas alone, this year the British grandmother was joined by family second. The house was renovated from 3 adjacent pipe houses. Homeowners also buy more land behind to make garden courtyards because of nature. Taylor-Danielle Pearson, 27, of Bristol, is feeling the pains of old-age Irene Smith. She welcomed the 81-year-old to live with her family before Christmas. Four of her children, Lexi, 11, Harley, 7, Sienna, 5, and Amelia, 3, were taught early on that Christmas is not just about getting presents but also about giving away. This year they welcome a new grandmother on the occasion of this meaning. Sister Taylor and children Irene. Photo: The Sun. "Irene is remembering the warm family atmosphere when we first met on a volunteering trip last year, and I immediately wanted to bring him back to his family," said Taylor. According to The Sun, she invited her to go home for a tea party and to meet and talk with her children. Then she told Irene about her intention to invite her to stay. "I want you to feel like a member of your family," said Taylor, "it is vitally important for older people not to feel forgotten." Irene and her children Taylor prepared for Christmas. Photo: The Sun. Irene lived alone since her husband died 10 years ago and only came out once a week. Last year, when the Christmas dinner party was organized by the volunteer group, she cried. Taylor's family would rent a local hall this year so that Irene could invite her friends who were also lonely, to share with the family. "I feel like I'm part of this family and the kids are very emotional," says Irene Smith, "and I'm very excited about the kids waiting to open the presents!" Jewel