Nanny Sandra who saved Moshe now wants to move on in life
Mumbai: It has been a year since Sandra
Samuel saved two-year old Moshe from the jaws of death while
his family was murdered by terrorists at Nariman House here
but now the nanny who has taken care of the cherubic baby
ever-since wants to move on in her life.
Moshe Holtzberg has now started going to `gan` preschool
in Afula, Israel where he lives with his maternal
grandparents, Shimon and Yehudit Rosenberg and nanny Sandra,
who has been with him since the barbaric events unfolded on
the fateful day.
However, now Sandra feels its time to move on as the baby
who responded only to her after the tragedy has learnt to live
in new surroundings with his grandparents with whom his bond
has grown deeper.
"I felt a kind of responsibility when Moshe lost his
parents, knowing that he was so attached to me. Now he has
adjusted to the new surroundings and his family members just
adore him. My home is India. I belong to India. The kid is
quite attached to his grandparents now, and I would like to
move on," Sandra told Israel`s Channel two news.
His grandparents also acknowledge Moshe`s attachment to
his nanny who is the "only link to his past."
"Sandra is the only link to his past. He is very strongly
connected to her," Yehudit told `Chabad`, an Israeli
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