Tuesday, May 8, 2012

awesome

"I was born awesome"
Hi everybody! So Edward is ONE! Can't hardly believe it. He is such an awesome kid! He is a good natured boy and definetly lets me know when he wants/needs something. He loves attention, the mornings, and his brother. I could go on and on.
His feet look pretty good! I can't wait for him to be in his AFO's so we can work on walking!
There is a lot change that is about to happen in our lives. We might be moving again. (Exhausting to even think about.) Lame, but we are excited to see what the Lord has in store for us!
Last weekend I was able to meet my new niece! My husband's brother and his wife had their fourth child and their first girl! She is such a doll! I fell madly in-love with her! I wasn't expecting it but afterwards I was really emotional. After holding Mikayla and cuddling with her, I realized that that's how I should be holding my baby! I mean I have held other babies since Edward but it was the very first time that I have actually felt 'sorry' for Edward. (I hope he forgives me for this.) It was an awful, awful, awful feeling. I felt sorry for the things he won't be ble to do in life...things he should be able to do. I mean, poor Edward, he gets pity stares alllllllllllll the freaking time! The last thing he needs is for his mom to feel that way. So I got it out of my system and am better now. I realized that I need to treat Edge like I do his brother. He will be able to do anything he puts his mind to. And that's that.
Edward is fricking awesome! So is his brother!
It was also brought to my attention that I need to watch the motives of the people I let hang around my kids. The very thought of people befriending my boys so that their kids can learn 'compassion' makes my blood boil! Makes me SICK just thinking of it! How about YOU teach your kids to be kind NO matter the situation. Oh man...
That's about it!

so so so unhappy
the 90 degree looks odd to me!

pins in bottom of feet



2 comments:

  1. He is awesome! And soo cute!
    Don't be too hard on yourself about feeling sorry for him. It happens, I think. My son's disability, if it's even right to call it that (heart defect) is so minor compared to what Edward and your family are facing, but I've felt the same. I've felt sorry for what we've had to put him through, what he could potentially face, and mostly the fact that if my kid has kids of his own, he's got a good chance of passing that defect on. Like you, I have myself a pitty party and then get over it. It's life. It's not fair, but it's definately more beautiful because of these babes.

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  2. His feet look awesome Janessa!

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