With three children is shidduchim and an ill parent, Tova and Avner have their hands full this summer. But they're about to get more than they bargained for, as each new challenge becomes a new opportunity for growth. While their eldest, Shimon, might not be as ready to get married as he thinks he is, they must decide whether to give Yoni, next in line, the green light. Daughter Brachie has just returned from seminary in Eretz Yisrael, but as she slips back into her old role, she and her parents find that it no longer serves her or anyone else. Amidst this sea of change, Tova's mother, Aidel, must relearn to walk while balancing her own need for independence with her daughter's need to give.
Would changing family dynamics and giving up a few dreams be in the Lehrfelds' best interests? Should Tova and Avner reconsider what they want for their family? Is insistence on the status quo merely a cover-up for their fear of change?
Join Tova, Avner, and the whole Lehrfeld family as they push past their comfort zones and navigate toward a deeper understanding of who they are and whom they are capable of becoming.