Sweet Sleepy Doo with no nasal canulas for oxygen!
Sleepy Doo snuggling with her new friend!
Wishing I could get in on some of those snuggles!!! Look, you can see her oxygen saturation on the monitor in the background, 96%! I'll take it and praise God for it!
My turn- I spent a good part of the day trying to prepare for the holidays… trying to figure out Andrew's birthday party (which is suppose to take place in 3 days :-/), cleaning out the garage to make room for Christmas decorations that needed to come out of the attic, digging out the Christmas lights, etc and while it felt good to be productive, it also made me miss David in a big way because those are all tasks that he usually does (except planning birthday parties :-). It got me thinking about what our fun family holiday traditions are going to look like with half of Team Ducks, 2,000 miles away (in the flesh, but not in spirit). It is during those moments of uncertainty that God uses His people to remind us that He sees, hears, cares and He provides, whether it is in the form of a hot meal when you need it most, muscles to get heavy boxes down from the attic, a perfectly worded card, a contribution toward reuniting our family for Christmas, a sweet visit from a neighbor, a last minute dinner gathering with dear friends, etc. Thank you for being the hands and feet of Jesus, sweet Village!