Well we have had an eventful 4 days. Braxton had fever and a headache from Sunday-Tuesday. Took him to the Dr. and he has a bad sinus infection. He is feeling much better today. Last night Braxton was running from my bedroom to the living room and Peyton was running from the living room to my bedroom and they had a head/eye collision. It scared me so bad so this morning we went to the Dr. AGAIN and it is thankfully only soft tissue damage. Now we have to pray he can open his eye before his baseball game on Thursday. Here are his words "I look like a fool, I don't want to see anyone and I better be able to open my eye to play baseball!" He is the child who wants to look cool and worries about what other people think. He wore his baseball cap pulled down as low as it could go to the Dr.'s office. He has requested sunglasses if he is going back out into public!
As soon as it happened
2 hours later right before bed
When he woke up this morning!
Then to top it off I have to take Easton to his yearly allergy appointment which means blood work. It has been a stressful medical week around here! I am however very thankful they are overall healthy children.
Please don't forget to pray for Michael McCutcheon. They left this morning for MN for his bone marrow transplant.
Last night Peyton's team had batting practice and then finished the night off with pizza, cake and trophies. They aren't finished with baseball yet they still have the post season tournament to play this week. They finished regular season play in 2nd place. Great job boys!
Peyton with his trophy!
They all signed each other's trophy ball, practicing for the big leagues some day!
Yummy cookie cake!
Eating some pizza after a good practice.
On to swimming and more competition. I have never seen a group of boys so competitive, but they all get a long really great!
I am a simple girl who loves my God, my family and my friends! I am a stay at home mom to 3 little boys. I love my husband and thank the Lord for providing us with so many blessings.
Isaiah 41:10 has been my verse of comfort for many years.