1. I enjoy reading other's blog
2. It is somewhat similar to facebook, atleast to me.
I do know that I have several family members that live a distance from my family and I, so because of that I was interested in becoming a blogger to keep my family connected with our lives, and to document our life story as well. Bare with me as I learn how to properly function as a new blogger.
As many of you should know.. My baby boy Colston Ance is now 5m1w. As I think back upon his arrival, and how much I looked foward to holding him in my arms.. it is all such a blurr now. Time is going by way too fast. Being the planner that I am, I'll be purchasing items for his BIG birthday bash in September real soon. haha
Just 2 days ago, my little mister had to have tubes put into his ears, due to many severe ear infections within a period of time. We were struggling to keep him well - the antibiotics just wouldn't respond to his little body... talk about frusterating!! I was very nervous about him having to be put to sleep for just 5 small minutes, but knew this would be our answer to all of his problems. He really made his mommy and daddy proud. When scheduling the surgery we were told NOTHING to eat or drink after mid night prior to the surgery. Everyone who knows Colston, knows how much he loves to eat. Of corse, he woke up bright and early, 4 am, the day of his minor surgery, rearing and ready to eat! He was not a happy camper for quite some time, but finally fell asleep. Soon after that woke up smiling ear to ear, happy as can be. Before the surgery could begin, he had to receive a breathing treatment, and I must say it was hilarious - he really must have been hungry. The fog that the breathing treatment produces, he was literally trying to eat it... stretching his head and neck out like a little turtle, mouth wide open. Soon after, they wisked him away, and before I knew it Dr. Sceichsneidre came out and greeted Chris and I and discussed the procedure and post op info. Thank goodness we had this done, because it was a little worse than we had expected. He woke up a brand new baby. Instantly we could tell a difference... He was such a big big boy. Which makes me proud, but makes me want to go buy a box of kleenex and cry for hours too. :)