My little Ace Ventura:
The best way for a husband to love his wife and children
My fav. look book to follow. She has impecable fashion
this necklace totally makes me want to get back to
my jewelry making!
I wasn't intending on sharing this photo.
Some moments are just too precious and intimate for the world to see, but given the week that we've had, this photo puts a smile on my face. It reminds me that even when I'm tired or we've both been crying in each other's arms and have had a tough day, these hugs are more payment than I would ever ask for or expect to receive.
While getting him dressed one night this week, he was throwing a fit and not happy about teething, and I was trying to be a good mom and hold it together but threw that out the window and said "SCREW IT! I'm crying too!"
And we both balled together as loud and dramatic as possible.
This week we experienced a lot of exhaustion, sleepless nights and to top it off, we got news that our son's hips have taken a turn for the worst and need to be fixed immediately. This news is sometimes too much for a little mommy to grasp. (I will post more about this subject when I know more and meet with the orthopedic surgeon.) We're just taking comfort in the truth that our God is the ultimate healer and his promises can be trusted, He is good to us and abundant in His love for us.
It's hard to put my mind around the fact that he loves Conrad even more than I do and wants the best for him. We're clinging onto the Lord and we don't for one minute say "Poor baby."There is no reason to have pity on Conrad when we are so blessed to have doctors who are educated and can help correct this issue. Especially when our God is the top dog of surgeons. We're just surprised it's gotten worse and your prayers would be great. My hope is that we can correct his hip issues with another harness and won't have to have surgery.
That's why these photo are treasures.
Have a blessed weekend.