|Rainbow over our home yesterday|
The next October found us at home on Saturday, but taking him in Saturday evening because he was using too much oxygen again. So Sunday, Aaron and I watched from Primary's, and I dozed because we hadn't even gotten to our room until after 2:30 a.m.
|Saturday afternoon Conference|
Then last April, we actually made it all the way through conference, but our nurse had been sick on Saturday night, so I pulled the all-nighter and was completely worthless on Sunday. Thank goodness for conference archives. Aaron had his "wheels" by then, and I got a fun picture of him watching in the family room with us.
|Leading the music|
Aaron especially enjoyed the music. He loves to wave his hand and lead the music. I got a little cute video of him, but realized later I was holding the camera sideways, so you'd have to tilt your head to watch it. Oops.
I was a little concerned about Aaron this morning. He was having a hard time keeping his sats up, even when I turned up the oxygen. I decided that he was just going to have to listen to conference from his room. Then I realized that he was on the pediatric flow meter. That one only goes up to 3/4 of a liter. So instead of doing poorly, he was actually doing very well!
|Kinda crowded in here.|
|Now this has growing room!|
I've put "Lengthen You Stride" stickers on his toes each time. More of a reminder to me than to him. He has caused me to lengthen my stride so much over the past two years. Two years ago, my pregnancy was just starting out. I was pretty much just going through life. I had no idea the journey it would take me on. I have known more pain, but also more joy than I knew was possible. I have come to know my Lord and my Redeemer and depend on Him for my every thing. He is always there.
Be strong and of a good courage, fear not, nor be afraid of them: for the thy God, he that doth go with thee; he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee. Deuteronomy 31:6