As Bruce Willis’ mental capacities decline, his family is “cherishing every moment” with him and praying for a Christmas miracle.

They have grown even closer after the famed actor retired from his long-running career in Hollywood, while his current wife, Emma Heming, attempts to strengthen communication.

Willis’ family stated in March that he suffered from aphasia, a disorder that hinders language understanding and speech.

According to a family member, his condition has improved since then, and his family is now gathering to spend as much time as possible together.

According to the unnamed source, they are aware that he will not be present forever. As a result, they appreciate every moment.

Moore “has been in frequent communication with Bruce and Emma,” according to the informant.

“She takes advantage of every opportunity to be with him,” they added, noting that “if she’s not by his side, she’s calling on the phone just so Bruce can hear her voice.”

The blended family is currently spending the holidays in Idaho, like they do every year. Tallulah, Willis’ daughter with Moore, recently uploaded a photo of herself cuddling her mother while her father stood nearby enjoying Demi’s dog, Pilaf.

According to the source, it was always a special occasion. Family traditions, such as pajama parties and game nights, survived.

Moore “has been in frequent communication with Bruce and Emma,” according to the informant.

Tallulah and Scout, the happy family’s daughters, upload photos of the entire family together, demonstrating how much they enjoy their time with the actor.

Tallulah emphasized her love for her parents in her post this week, and Scout shared photos of Bruce gently holding Pilaf while sitting at the dinner table with Tallulah and his wife, Emma.

“Family dinner night,” she captioned the photo.

Bruce and Emma may be seen hugging while seated at the table in another image.

The couple’s kids are Mabel and Evelyn; Bruce married Emma in 2009.

Moore previously married the Die Hard actor from 1987 to 2000. Their three daughters are Rumer, Tallulah, and Scout.

Bruce’s family revealed earlier this year that he will be retiring from performing due to his aphasia diagnosis.

“We wanted to inform Bruce’s great fans that he has been dealing with health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive function.

As a result, Bruce is leaving the career that has meant so much to him, and he does so with great thinking. Our family is currently going through a very difficult period, so we much appreciate all of your love, compassion, and support.

We are dealing with this as a strong family unit, and we wanted to invite his fans since we know how much you all appreciate him. As Bruce often says, “live it up,” and that is exactly what we want to do together.”