God's faithfulness is so evident when you look for it. Despite this being a path that has been uphill and rocky and filled with sweat and tears, we have made some amazing memories within the fabric of our family life. I have dumped these pictures off of my phone from the last week or so because they remind me that God is still working in our family and we are so thankful for His faithfulness as he has taught us so much over the last six months.
My sweet Kyle has learned that life is not all about him and my heart is so full when I see him nurse his baby brother. I could bawl when I think of the jobs that Kyle has done for David over the last few months. I pray that God uses this experience to teach Kyle to be less focused on himself and more focused on God and others around him.
I am so thankful for our new friendships with some pretty amazing families at the hospital. Haley is doing awesome and is cute as ever.
Here are the two antibiotics that we are giving at home. The one of the left is Cefepime and the one on the right is Vancomycin. If you look closely inside you see small balloons full of medicine. When I get him hooked up I unclamp those white clamps and the medicine deflates into his port. I have been so nervous about his port and blessedly it has cooperated beautifully this week.
God's faithfulness is so evident when you look for it. Cancer has taught us to cling to Jesus and see the miracles he is unveiling in our lives each day. We have never been promised that life will be easy. The only promise we have is that He will never leave us or forsake us.
the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.