Our kitten named Henry continues to be a source of entertainment. Our oldest cat named Funny Face lost her kittens, and after a bit of encouragement has attached herself to Henry. She is actually Henry's grandmother, but cheerfully allows him to nurse and spends quite a bit of time cleaning him up. Of course it always goes into a wrestling match.
David has a lot of fun with Henry as well. David is also blessed to sleep on the top bunk. Andrew sleeps on the bottom bunk, and sometimes in the middle of the night is awakened to Henry chewing on his ear or curling himself around his neck. I've experienced it myself, and I'd rather be sleeping!
The days are very nice -- usually in the upper 40's or low 50's -- so Henry is sent outside to check out a larger world. The nights are usually in the 20's and by now Henry is quite spoiled, so he gratefully sleeps inside. I am still hoping someone will decide to take him off our hands, and soon. Jim can tolerate a kitten in the house, but larger cats cause him to wheeze and sneeze. In other words, he is allergic to them. If someone doesn't take him soon he will have to take up residence in the barn. We have someone possibly interested, and will find out over Thanksgiving if they want him.