Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Check out this video by Mark O'Shea. It is a great, great song and a wonderful tribute to the kids/adults living with Congenital Heart Disease. The video was made at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital in Nashville, TN. This is where Eli's doctors sent us for a second opinion.
Saturday, November 15, 2008
I was just nosing around (err, I mean looking around) Sheri's blog, The Shades of Pink , when I saw a comment about a blog giveaway.
Okay, I'm a sucker for a giveaway. Who isn't? So, I clicked on the link to this blog:
Friday, November 14, 2008
I know this is old news, but I wanted to share halloween pictures. Halloween is a big deal in our house! My oldest has been a huge fan since she was tiny. She will tell you it is her favorite holiday. The candy, the costumes, the fun parties....it's just all too much for her....still! Did she dress up this year at nearly 18 years old? YES, and she even went Trick-or-Treating! (She'll kill me when she sees this!)
You do NOT want this nurse to take care of you during an illness:
A pretty convincing mummy (If I do say so, myself...)
And I'm not exactly sure what this is, but it looks a little creepy!
For some reason I don't have a picture of the 7 yr old. He was also a Ninja. Hummphhh....
I'm also missing the group photo. I know they are on this computer somewhere. (Leave it to me to misplace something, even on the computer!)
On another note, we celebrated Jack's birthday on Oct 30th. We also used that day to carve our Jack O'Lanterns. Here is the one I did for Jack:
And here it is in the dark:
We carved six pumpkins. These were everyone's favorites:
Halloween is like a formal announcement that Fall has arrived. It usually turns cooler, the leaves start to change and in no time, it's Thanksgiving!
Thursday, November 6, 2008
If you've read any of my previous posts, you probably know that my baby hasn't spoken much since he was about 15 months old, other than a lot of jabbering.
After 8 weeks of therapies for Autism Spectrum Disorder, my beautiful little almost-3-year-old looked up at me this morning with the sweetest little grin and said,