Massachusetts neighborhood come together and learn sign language for a new addition

Back in the 1950s, the quintessential family was always one who sat around the dinner table at night and ate together. They discussed their days, and the children were read a bedtime story and tucked into bed. On the weekends, the neighborhood would come together for street parties, barbecues, and all manner of fun neighborly events. Nowadays this is not the case. Most people don’t even seem to know their neighbors, let alone socialize with them on a regular basis. It is a shame that people have become so disconnected from one another. But a small town in Massachusetts is like one of those neighborhoods of old, and all it took was the birth of a very special baby to bring them even closer together. The neighborhood families all knew each other pretty well, but it took some forward thinking, planning and they wanted to include everyone that truly gave them their sense of a tight-knit community.

Love At First Sight

Glenda, a native Californian had decided it was time to leave the sunny west coast in favor of the east. She settled in Boston, which is where she would meet the love of her life – Raphael Savitz. That fateful meeting in 2011 would lead to a very happy marriage two years later.

From the start, the two were inseparable and quickly knew that they had found their ‘one’ in each other. They decided to leave Boston for Auburndale in 2016.

Welcome Home

The happy couple then decided to settle in the neighborhood of Newton. This was like one of the close-knit neighborhoods of old. The neighbors all said hello to each other in the morning, watered their lovely green lawns and had their own version of the welcome wagon.

As soon as the Savitz’s had settled into their new home, the neighbors descended on them to say welcome and tell them all about the neighborhood. Each neighbor that came over to introduce themselves brought some sort of baked good as one does on a sitcom. They truly felt blessed to have found the kind of neighborhood where they wanted their future children to grow up.