“Smile, boys,” I say, squinting through the camera lens. I feel the unforgiving Australian sun weigh upon my head, tiny beads of sweat forming at my hairline and trickling down my forehead. Wiping the side of my eyebrow clears any moisture that might interrupt my view; I steady the camera, ready for this photo. I want to remem-ber this morning. It’s Nicholas’ very first day of school, and I don’t know who is more nervous—him or me.