Saturday, November 22, 2008

Little Fighters


Thank you for all of your prayers, comments, emails, and calls. We feel very loved and cared for. The good news is that both kids are doing great and on their way to full recoveries. As you can see here, Tali isn't quite back to her chipper self; her split lip is hurting quite a bit but is getting better. In God's mercy, Owen's couple of bumps never even swelled or turned color (as the doctor had said they would). You probably wouldn't have known he had a head injury yesterday, but after he smacked his head on his crib this evening (in the same spot as his bump from yesterday) it's pretty clear that he's had a rough couple of days.

Praise the Lord for His protection for our babies! I just can't stop picturing the sight of Owen when I found him silent and face down at the foot of the steps yesterday. I don't think it's an image that will ever leave my mind. Josh loudly came down the stairs yesterday evening and just the sound of the thumps made me feel like I was going to throw up, reliving the sound of Owey's fall in my mind. God has been so gracious and kind to us, yet again. He is such an amazing God!
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5 Responses to “Little Fighters”

  1. We love you guys! Caleb and I prayed for Owey and Tali tonight after I read your post. He is especially concerned...We are praising God for his faithfulness to look after his children.

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  2. We are so glad they are doing okay! We were praying for you all! Praise the Lord!

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  3. praise the lord. god is SO good.

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  4. Hey! Piper didn't get a fireman's hat! LOL - that is great! Did the firemen leave those for them or did you find them somewhere?? Great photo to put in the family album with the tag: "God is Good, all the time!" You're in my prayers. Happy Thanksgiving cuz!

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  5. Wow...I miss a couple weeks of your blog and you end up having a whirlwind of a time! So thankful to God for His hand of protection.

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