Friday, April 25, 2008

What we did today

Josiah is cutting his molars (POOR GUY) he is just a dribbly drooly little mess. But he keeps on wanting to play. So he plays then whines then plays then whines. BUT NOT FOR ONE MINUTE DOES HE JUST STOP! He's just so active.
The fever is a little more under control THANK YOU LORD!!
We did end up spending the day at "memas". Beth and I had a good talk again. Well I think mostly I talked and she listened. She's too sweet!
Early after we learned of Elijah's Diagnoses, she, mom &Minn had talked of having maybe a "beanie shower" knowing that we will need plenty of those just in case The Lord has ordained a number of days for us to have him at home, and if not then we could donate the beanies to the hospital or Angel Babies Hospice, who are helping us out during this time.
I though it would be a good idea but as the days draw nearer, I find myself digging my heels in the ground, so to speak.
Today during our talk Beth said she would take charge and she set the date and we planned the meal :) So, hopefully I won't be an emotional wreck - well if I am I guess I'm entitled :) I also asked Beth & mom what they thought about us taking the ceramic clay to the shower and having each guest make a heart for my "Elijah wind chime" I told them they could be completely honest, that my heart wasn't totally set on this happening at this event just a thought I had. Mom wasn't too sure if it will work out, Beth says she thinks it's a good idea. So I don't know ANY IDEAS? LET ME KNOW PLEASE :)

I also was able to stop by Minn's on my way home from getting Kayla after school. The girls played and we had a nice talk for about an hour, which was SO VERY SUPER NICE! (I need my big sis so much right now!!!) She & Ben are Elijah's godparents. We had asked them back in December. Minn is in charge of sending out the donation letters that we are putting out to help us with the funeral/memorial services. Her and Cindy have taken on so much of this load. The letters will go out to local businesses and churches so please help us pray. I told Steve this morning that I keep having this dream that we are at the funeral and I am in my jammies and don't have a clue as to what goes where or who does what. I told him I think i'm just nervous to make sure I arrange every detail of my baby's "going home celebration". I just pray we can collect the first seven hundred necessary for the cemetery. I KNOW WE HAVE AN ARMY OF PRAYER WARRIORS AND WITH GOD ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE! so I am going to just trust HIM and not depend on our lack of funds. I KNOW YOU ALL WILL CONTINUE TO PRAY even for this specific need.
UGggHhh!! I just hate how my thoughts are so jammbled - BUT I DO APPRECIATE YOUR PRAYERS, COMMENTS & WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT good night all :)

3 comments:

  1. You don't know me but I thought I'd put my opinion out on the shower. I love, love, love the wind chime idea. I love to go to showers, but hate the silly little shower games that are always played. That would be a refreshing, wonderful idea for any shower, and how much more special for Elijah's?

    Thank you so much for sharing your heart along this journey. I love reading what you've written and how you take joy in things that you should (like the ballgame stuff).

    I'm praying for you!

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  2. I am praying for you too each day. I also love the windchime shower idea. I love windchimes and must have 40 of them in my yards, no kidding. I have a nature symphony whenever the wind blows, so soothing. I am praying for Elijah extra these days, for growth, health and precious sweet time with you. May your weekend be blessed with little treasures of joy.

    Love, Laurie in So. Ca.

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  3. Becky Macias LUnaApril 29, 2008 at 3:01 PM

    Hey Marie,
    Its me your cousin Becky from Arizona Manuel and Angela's daughter. Dina sent me your website. I just want you to know that you are in all of our prayers...my heart goes out to you and your family. I have a 2 year old daugher and I understand now how truly precious our children are. You are such a strong and courageous woman. God Bless you and please remember your family In Arizona has you and yours constantly in our prayers.

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