Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Life is Hard...

So I know the title of this post sounds like it will be a ho-hum story...but it's not (promise!) Lately I have found myself worrying about everything all the time. From little man, to Joe, to family, to money, I worry all the time. Today I was having anxiety from worrying to much over something...and it's been on my mind all day. So tonight after a wonderful dinner with my family I was riding home when out of no where a song came into my mind and of course I started singing it. Tears came when I realized the words I was singing..... the chorus is...
Life is Hard,
The world is cold.
We're barely young and then we're old.
But every fallen tear is always understood.
Life is Hard....BUT GOD IS GOOD.
Singing this made soo much come to light for me. Everyone has troubles, problems, and tears but God knows everytime we do cry and the reason why...but the best part is he takes care of them, if I would just stop the worrying!! I am really going to try to give it over to him, and leave it. I can't leave half of it, take some, leave some, take some. I'm giving it all, and I will not have to worry if I am doing the right thing, I know I am doing the right thing !

Life is Hard, but God is GOOD!

Until next time...

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Could he be any cuter??

Oh my what a few weeks bring! These last few weeks little man has started eating vegetables (or at least attempting to), jumping in his jumperoo and so much more. When we started carrots we soon realized this would probably not be his favorite vegetable. He all but turns his head and shuts his mouth when you even come close to him with a spoon. Since the carrot experience little man has tried sweet potatoes, and green beans. Tonight I promise he would have eaten the whole container if i let him...but we stopped at half, the result from a full container of green beans may not be so pleasant! A few weeks ago we decided to put little man in his jumperoo. At first, as the picture shows, he was not very thrilled, because he would much rather be held. But he now attempts to jump and just stares at the light. He looks so big in it, kind of makes me want to hold my heart!

Could this little man be any cuter?!?! AHHH i could just eat him! His grandpa brought him back this Bass Pro Shop hat and it looks adorable on him. We put it on him, and I think he would wear it for hours, he never seems to be bothered by it. Poor guy is only 4.5 months and already wearing camo...what have i gotten myself into?!?

And last but not least, little man has now had his first ear infection. (sad face) He started out on Saturday having a runny nose, and mild fever. By Sunday he was coughing, the snotty nose got worse, a runny eye, and fever. I called the on call nurse because I wanted to know if there was something else I could give him, but my wonderful pediatrician (Parkside Pediatrics), agreed to see us at the office Sunday afternoon. He gave him some amoxicilian, and by Monday morning he was a much happier boy. I stayed at home with him Monday and realized it was much easier with a 2 month old, than a 4.5 month old. He didn't feel good so he was very clingy..(not that i minded)! The picture of him is from Sunday. Poor little guy....

Until next time...