A lot of great things happened today. First thing this morning, William had his JP drain removed. This is a long, rope like cord that was lying underneath his skin across forehead. It acts much like a tile drain would …

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William is steadily progressing. Once he was moved to the surgical floor, he no longer needed a bunch of wires. They removed 2 IV’s, 1 arterial line, the leads for his heart monitor, and the nasal cannula he needed to get …

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Now that the surgery is over, the fear of the unknown is gone. We see our boy for who he really is; a broken body needing the healing power of God’s beautifully designed repair systems. He really is in the best …

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Craniofacial Metopic Craniosynostosis Surgery

Today is the day we hand our boy over to the good folks at Seattle Children’s hospital. At 2 weeks old William was diagnosed with Metopic Craniosynostosis. Surgery has been planned ever since. Feb 2nd, 2017 | 10:30 AM  Check-in time. …

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Our sweet little Jack Jack. It’s an unusual day for this little one-year-old man-child. He is on a rampage today. His scooting has become fast. Quite fast. So far this morning, he has: Fished through the kitchen garbage and scavenged …

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Chesterton is lots of fun. He is incredibly insightful and absolutely hilarious. His prose illicits genuine guffaws nearly every time I read him.  He was most famous for his essays and I recently read one titled  In Defense of Baby Worship (great title). Here …

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