The strength and spiritual connection of one man and his wife are revealed as we sit with Charlie and Louisa Etapp who are making a gift for their grandchild. Charlie and Louisa Etapp tell us about their childhood and talk about how they raised their son Abraham on the land, hiding him from authorities in order to keep him out of school and give him a traditional education. They make a mamaapsuun a baby swing for an unborn great-grandchild and speak of their hopes for the family's future. Charlie... [see more] finds the wood and carves the cradle board, while Louisa sews the waspsuyan the carrying bag that will keep the infant snug and warm. Charlie tells us how Abraham has a different temperament from his siblings who were marked by the discipline they received in the non-Native school system.