Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Surgery Tomorrow

Tomorrow morning my baby is going to have surgery to put tubes in his ears. He has had 11 ear infections in 12 months. It's no wonder we've had so many sleep issues. I am praying for a safe and smooth surgery and being able to cuddle with my little man all afternoon.

I apologize for the radio silence as of late. I've been missing my sweet boy Malc.
We are also in the process of looking for a new furry addition (or two) to our home.
I've made a few stops at some shelters and am hoping that God will guide us to the right cat
or cats that will be a great addition to our family.

Finally, I've been also reflecting on the new year a bit and have some goals for 2010:

I'm hoping to be a more patient mother, more supportive wife (also daughter/sister/friend), and a better Christian.

I'd like to work on organizing the house better, planning our meals out more thoroughly,
and save more money by shopping sales and using coupons.

In 2010 we will definitely add to our family with one or two cats, maybe chickens (farm fresh eggs!) and God willing (hopefully when I start to feel a bit more ready) another baby.


Amanda said...

We're thinking of and praying for you. Here's to a quick, painless surgery and a speedy recovery!

Kristen said...

Oooo...farm fresh eggs!

Good luck tomorrow!

Brooke said...

I'll be keeping you guys in my thoughts! I'm sure Charlie will feel so much better once the tubes go in.

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