Adam and Suzanne took Levi home on Friday. All was well, and their first night went smoothly. On Saturday, Ian came home from Birmingham and went straight to Levi’s house to play! But, Levi was just too sleepy and didn’t do much playing. He looks so tiny in Ian’s big hands!
Adam had a wedding to shoot on Saturday, but they all visited again when he got home. So Ian got another chance to visit with Butterbean. He’s just about the size of one, don’t ya think?
And, the second night was going as smoothly as the first. Until Suzanne began feeding him in the middle of the night. He began to have much trouble breathing and seemed to be choking and causing his parents much distress. They called the doctor and the nurse told them to take him to the nearest ER. They did, and we got a call. We went, and he seemed to have gotten better by the time we got there. Blood work came back fine. The ER doctor said it was probably just because he is still 4 weeks early and his lungs aren’t completely ready for our world just yet. But, they will be. So, back home and into bed around 4:00. So, so thankful. God is good!
No, I haven’t skipped the country with my new grandson. And, no, I haven’t flown back to Maui and bought a little cottage on the beach. Would I like to do both? Well, what do you think? Anyway, this has been a very hard couple of weeks. First, I have been in lots of pain this week. I am having to rest and stay off my feet quite a bit. I really haven’t even felt like reading or writing. So, that’s the reason I haven’t been commenting…I haven’t been reading. But, I’m not gone…just trying to keep it between the lines!
Don is in Birmingham to be with Ian who had his tonsils out yesterday. He did well until last night. Started bleeding, but was able to get it stopped! Thank you, God! Don will stay with him a few days before heading home. Things are a little different inside his mouth due to his early difficulties…so we are praying he will heal quickly and without incidence.
Levi went in for his one week check up this week. Adam and Suze decided to use the pediatrician that Adam had used and the one who had found his cancer 32 years ago. He said that Levi was a healthy strong little boy…great news for us all. And, the doctors was so glad to see Adam again…one of his early success stories!
I am working with a friend to plan and decorate for a very special wedding coming up this month…with another friend coming to help out also. It will be an honor to decorate and so sweet to be in attendance. More about this in a few weeks.
Wanted to share this pic with you. I didn’t have it when I did the post on the tsunami. We bought these shirts later in the day that it actually hit! Someone got busy, didn’t they? (Patty has one too) And, by the time we left there, we saw 6 or 7 different styles!
I still have several posts to do on our trip to Maui….I’ll try to get them posted before Thanksgiving! 🙂
And, please forgive me for not keeping up with you, my friends who blog. I will get around to it! Promise!
Take your time and get the rest you need. So many things going on in your life. Glad that Levi is home and that he is okay after the trip to the ER. Glad that Ian got to visit with Levi.
Also glad that they were able to help Ian after his surgery. God is good! Also cool about Levi seeing Adams doctor. Love your t-shirts! Take care.
Hey, I'm way behind too! Too much stuff to do and not enough time to do it all!!!
I'm so glad to hear all is well with little Levi and Ian. The pictures of them are truly priceless. You take care of yourself, my friend. I hope each day finds you feeling better and stronger.
Hi sweet friend!
Gosh, I've had fun catching up with you tonight. It seems like FOREVER since I've had time to just read blogs and enjoy myself. Between our two weeks in California and then having two grandsons here for Spring Break, I seem to have gotten myself behind. Not anymore though. I'm BAAAACK!
I'm so excited for you and your family! He is adorable!
Did you see that Bree and Jay are expecting in October? We are "over the moon" excited as I'm sure you understand.
So glad to hear the baby was okay – how scary that must have been. Glad to hear to hear Ian is okay also. Hope you are better soon!