We hardly have any photos of her.
If there was a big moment in our lives, Aunty Eggs was there. She was always behind the scenes, helping and supporting.
Mum stayed in her tiny Sydney home for three months when I was born. None of us had any idea that I would need to stay in that hospital for three months.
Aunty Eggs wrote in my NICU hospital diary.
She thanked me for letting her love me.
Aunty Eggs has seen Mum and Dad on their very worst days, and she loves them anyway. She loves all of us.
She gave Mum Adele's 21 album, when Mum was heartbroken and crying every day, because I was struggling so much.
Today, Aunty Eggs will go to Adele's concert.
We don't think Adele has seen our shout-out request. We sure had a good try at getting her attention, though!
Thanks to everyone for sharing and liking that photo.
We've tweeted Etihad Stadium.
We tweeted the one Adele fan-page Adele follows, re-tweeted our photo.
We haven't heard anything, but... we might still get that shout out for Aunty Eggs.
Even if Adele doesn't see it, Aunty Eggs might realise how wonderful we think she is and how much we love her.
She has been busy finishing her skull painting orders, but if you need something personally designed and painted, check out her Erica Made facebook page.