Sunday, June 27, 2010

Our Quick Update

My Daddy had another heart procedure. This was another ablation process, but it was not to deal with A-fib, but something circular, called A-flutter. This one was NOT as long as the first time around and he did NOT even have to stay in the hospital over night. His recovery has gone very well. In being at the hospital with my Mother that day, we can to realize that my Father's nurse was my best friend from 4th, 5th, & 6th grade when I attended a small Christian school. We were able to do some major catching up while my Dad "slept it off". What a blessing.

The Toddler is still potty training and very close to being "there". It's this AtlantaMama who is nervous about going OUT of the house w/o the trusty diaper. But he really is doing great when we are at home. And he's not even three years old yet.... which according to all of the other Mom's of boys, is "the age". So we are closer.

The Baby love is teething. Fully crawling all over the house. And has been trying to get up on his feet and tries to pull up on things (he's not able to pull-up fully, but he's close). He is eating his baby mush of organic oatmeal, rice cereal, and milk once a day. He's about to get to try some sweet potatoes this week... so we'll see how that goes.

They are both enjoying the pool and the great weather we have been having here in Hot-lanta!!

In other news, some of ours friends lost their baby girl this weekend. It was so hard to know what to say or think. Sometimes there are just no words. There are some things that we don't understand. I am praying for them and thinking about all they have gone thru. It just hurts. May the Lord be their comfort and peace this week.


He & Me + 3 said...

OMGosh about your friends. Sometimes the best words are the ones unspoken. Just be there to listen and pray for them. Which I know you are already doing. I will too.
Good luck with the potty training. That is awesome that he is doing so well.

Anonymous said...

praying for your Father and your friends who went through a loss. so sorry to hear that.

glad that the kids are doing good.