Saturday, February 7, 2009

Day 2-7


I'm feeling all lovey dovey right now towards my little man. This is a picture of him this time last year. I remember taking this picture.

I didn't think he was going to sit there very long so I didn't bother getting the camera. Then after about 5 minutes, I finally went and grabbed it. I don't remember how long he sat there but it was quite awhile for a little guy. Especially since he had just figured out he could scoot around the house.

Anyway our little man had a 103 temperature tonight. some tyenol and a bath, and we are good now. I'm just so grateful for so many things. Sick babies put these in to a different view.

Let me just make a quick list:
1. Chris home (this time last year he was in Florida for work)
2. Modern medicine to help bring down temps.
3. heat in our house with hot water
4. A husband that would rather stay home with his family than party like other 23 year olds.
5. A temple so close to be able to visit whenever we feel like it
6. Grateful to be able to have Bee in our family. He is so wonderful

Oh there's so much more but you get the drift.

17 comments:

rachel griffith said...

poor little guy!!!
hope he feels better soon!!!

the pic is SUPER cute!!!

devri said...

sorry, mine is sick too.

I am thankful for those things too.

I love that we would rather stay home with our family, than go out.

Kristina P. said...

Oh no! I hope he feels better soon. That's such a sweet picture.

whoopsadasie said...

Poor Baby! Hope he feels better soon. Great thankful list!

binks said...

Thanks for reminding us that God is good.
Hope the little one is feeling better.

lani said...

The picture of your baby boy brings tears to my eyes they are so special and such a Gift from God to us all each and every one of them........Thank you for reminding me how precious my own grown children are ...and still they are babies....God Bless

CJ, the Purple Diva said...

Oh I'm sorry he's sick! I love this picture!

TuTu's Bliss said...

I'm sorry he's sick. I love that pic though!It would look even more stunning and sweet if you increase the contrast and add a white vignette. Hugs, Jen

Dionne said...

I love that picture of your little guy, just gazing out the window. At that age, they are so precious to hold. I swear that holding a baby in your arms is the weight of a thousand angels. I hope he is feeling better.
Cheers,
Dionne

nikkicrumpet said...

I see the picture...and wonder what he was thinking. That's a great list. You sure have a lot to be thankful for!

Jenny said...

Yikes! I hope he gets to feeling better soon.

I sent your package! just in case you did not get my e-mail yet.

Take Care.

Annie Valentine said...

Our power went out yesterday and I was suddenly sorry for all the hurtful things I've said to my washer and dryer. They're so good to me.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Aw sweet post. I'm with you. Enjoy the days now - life is simpler than it will become.

chellekay said...

I hope he is feeling better!

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

That is a pretty picture actually! What was he looking at? Snow fall?

Harr's said...

It's no fun when babies get sick. They are more cuddly, but I'd rather have them running crazy around the house.

Sandi said...

I get the drift and thought this was the sweetest post. That photo is really precious. Babies are babies too short a time. I'm glad he's better. Nothing worries a mother more than a sick child!!!