Friday, April 27, 2012

Celebrating at Tweetsie

We Celebrated the Goodness of God to Us with a trip to Tweetsie Railroad the day after William's PIC line was removed.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Results of the Routine

If there is one thing marriage and children have taught me, or I should say, God has taught me through marriage and children, is that there is no certainty, no surety, no routine apart from our sovereign Lord.  He is the only certainty.  He is where we find our security.  And the one thing to remember is that this one unchangeable, all powerful, certainty is all Good.  The goodness of God, it is not a clique; it is not a sweet saying to put on plaque.  It is a truth to be apprehended by faith and to be believed at all costs.  It is a truth that the Devil, the world, and our flesh will seek to cast doubt upon at every turn.  We can say we believe in a sovereign God, but if sovereign and not good what comfort does that bring, what strength does that provide?

Admitted with 105 degree fever 1 week after a HIB vaccine.

After an MRI and consultations with lots of specialists we found it was a most likely a staph infection that had traveled almost, but not quite, to his thigh bone from the sight of the injection.
IV antibiotics for 3 weeks administered through a PIC line was prescribed.


7 days into the treatment his fever spiked again and we discovered he was allergic to the Vanc.

This is when we discovered Angry Birds.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Katie's Moves

Katie is on the move.  She's been moving for several weeks but today she really moved.  By which I mean it seemed like she was very purposeful and she was a lot faster than she ever was.  You can tell she is really growing up.  She moves like a crawdad, backwards.  Not only backwards but upside down, that is on her back instead of on her tummy.  She also like to do backbends. 

Sibbling Love

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Bob the Builder

William has been pretending more and more these days.  I love listening to him play.  The other day he watched a Bob the Builder video and that night he asked his Daddy to play Bob the Builder with him.  William was Bob, Daddy was Wendy.  He came down the stairs with all his tools stuck in the waist band of his shorts since he didn't have a tool belt.