Lisa Curry's love of family is something that has gotten her through the hardest six months of her life after the death of her daughter Jaimi Kenny.
And this week, the former Olympic swimmer's strong bond with her three-year-old grandson Flynn was on full display during a sweet sleepover at her house.
Taking to Instagram to document their adventure, Lisa shared a series of photos of her oldest grandson exploring the memorial garden set up in her backyard in tribute to her late daughter Jaimi.
"Sleepover with Grannie 💙 This little fella just melts my heart....☺️💙❤️💙❤️," the 58-year-old began.
She added: "Jaimi's garden is nearly finished... just have to redo the centre as Mali likes to dig!!"
"Thanks @mark66andrew for building it.❤️ #jaimisgarden🕊👼 #grannieandflynn #rememberingjaimi #jaimiwagtail."
Indeed, since Jaimi's untimely passing at just 33 in September last year, Lisa has made sure her oldest daughter is never far from their family's minds.
The star says she often talks about her daughter to grandson Flynn.
"Flynn and I talk about you often. To him you are little Jaimi Wagtail.... the bird that is always around wherever I go," Lisa has revealed.
For Christmas, the I'm A Celeb star gifted her loved ones beautiful bespoke T-shirts with Jaimi's face emblazoned across it.
"Always together 👼❤️ Hope everyone had a nice Christmas xx," Lisa mused at the time alongside a photo with her son Jett, daughter Morgan, as well as her ex-husband Grant and son-in-law Ryan Gruell all donning the matching T-shirts.
That same month, Lisa revealed she and her husband Mark Tabone were working on a garden in dedication to her daughter.
"Jaimi loved her flowers so we're building a beautiful garden for her. It has 4 garden beds around it, one for each season .. so there'll always be flowers 🌺 🌸💐🌻🌼😞👼 🕊 My talented hubby is great with a hammer @mark66andrew Thank you xx," she explained.
Since losing her daughter, Lisa has spoken openly about her agonising grief.
"I miss my baby girl... it's so quiet without her. Each day seems a bit of a blur but I get through it ... feeling empty.. it's hard to even think.. my mind consumed as to what else I could have done to help," she explained at the start of November.