Tuesday, December 14, 2010

My Cover has been blown and Easton's Update

I recently found out that I have a LURKER...
One who is very near and dear to my heart. One who knows me on a very personal level. 
I posted before I moved to my new URL that I blog anonymously and I gave my reasons behind it here.
Well, I've been found out. So I guess I'm no longer anonymous among family.
My youngest daughter has been reading my blog.  I don't mind really. I think it is sweet. I don't know if she has even read articles from CORN before but the thing that captured her attention the most were my posts about Easton. 

You see he is her youngest dear son.  She said she has read my posts and all of the comments that were received wishing him well and how all of you have been so diligently praying for him. 
She would like you all to know that those prayers have been greatly appreciated--- and that brings me to the update portion of this post... 
I guess I never mentioned Easton's final surgery. 
He had it on October 1,2010... I know!  how could I forget to tell you all such wonderful news?  

He did wonderfully well and was only in the hospital about 3 days with NO ventilator. He was quite the little trooper. Since coming home he has caught up to his weight and size for his age. There appear to be no gaps in his development. He is growing so quickly now and is healthy as an OX! 

We are grateful to God for this baby and for his health. 
Since  before he was born we have seen the full spectrum of Gastroschisis -- the good and the bad. 
We've met parents who haven't been as fortunate to get to  raise their babies. But God means those things for His good. Even when we don't understand we can say...
Praise God for all things! 

get a good look; because you know how I hate to show pictures of our kiddos on the internet.  So as he continues to grow-- you may catch a glimpse of him from time to time from the corner of the lens or a sneak peak as he is  running away from the camera, or swinging from a tree in the yard...but you'll just have to take my word for it when I tell you he is growing and beautiful! 


God bless you today 
and 
Thanks for reading...

and from all of us in our family including his mommy--
Thanks for all your prayers! 

13 comments:

The Boston Lady said...

Wow was I lucky to log on when I did! I get to be the first to say "Easton you are one beautiful little boy to behold". So glad he is doing well and if he's doing well then so is the rest of the family. Thanks for the update! Sweetness, total sweetness. Ann

Kolein said...

YAY! God is good!

Sneaky girl!!!! Now she knows how we all LOVE you Pat!!!

Easton is gorgeous and looks very content to be with Oma!!!! (I know how old you are, Patricia! Hee!)

Much love to your dear family!
~Kolein

Room Service ~ Decorating 101 said...

So glad the baby is doing well. I had been blogging for over a year before my family found out. I still have not told my friends. I have never had a giveaway that makes you follow ect and can not believe that I have so many faithful followers that are interested in what I have to say.. lol Thank you !!!!

Prior said...

He is a doll baby, so glad you shared this...I have a cousin who faithfully reads my blog. She doesn't live really close, so it has brought us closer and we've realized we have a lot more in common on our hobbies.

Lezlee

Coleen's Corner said...

That little boy is beautiful! He looks the picture of health and I am so happy for your and your family. God indeed works miracles and your little Easton is living proof. Love the picture - it is precious!

nannykim/spindlecottage said...

Such a wonderful blessing!! Much to give God thanks and praise for!!

Ps. The tub cost 350 to get redone.

Jen (emeraldsunshine.org) said...

Such a beautiful boy.

Leslie @ Farm Fresh Fun said...

My Oh MY! What a handsome boy! God is great! Wishing all the best with your family and your biz. Hope your Christmas is filled with JoY!
hugs,
Leslie

Gracefully Vintage said...

Loving the pictures of the baby- so cute, looks real good, Thanks for stopping by my blog-
i love the unique aprons, i make some cute sassy red satin fur ones too, but none left..
Glad to of met ya.
Karryann

nannykim/spindlecottage said...

Have a blessed Christmas and I surely hope to see more of this little one!

crafts, crafts and crafts! said...

he is a cutie pattotie ;)

Michelle @Shellsshabbyshack said...

What a little trooper...for sure! Such a sweet life he has ahead of him. Praise God!

Hope you enjoy the holidays with your family!

xx,
Michelle

Ⓙaη @ ฿◎ßßƴ℘ḯη❝﹩ ℬ◎aґdẘαʟк ツ said...

He had a fight there are the beginning, didn't he? Lots of prayers and lot and healing from our Holy Father brought him through it and look what an absolute doll he is. He'll be ready to go camping in no time at all.