Thursday, August 19, 2010


So much has gone in the past couple weeks, I don't know exactly how to title this post except that I am just speechless.  We had a wonderful visit from my grandmother and cousins from Nebraska.  The kids learned how to make sock monkeys which was so much fun! I wish they lived closer so the kids could do more things together.

Paige is starting school this coming Monday and am so excited for her and she is super excited that she finally gets to go to school!  YEAH!
She is going to be a Cheerleader this year too which is kind of exciting as well.  She keeps telling me that she is so esited {translation: excited} to be a Cheerleading!  She had her very first cheerleading practice yesterday and loved it!
Matthew won't know what to do with his sister not there to play with him all day. 
He has been going through rounds of testing to see why he continues to get hives and just found out that he may have Chronic Autoimmune Urticaria {an autoimmune disease that causes his antibodies to attack his skin and cause hives.}
So. Exciting things are going on, but then again I am speechless with my little man.  I just don't know what to think about this.. I am thankful we are finding out what is going on with him, but at the same time wish he did not have to go through all this. 


  1. Goodness, prayers to you for your little man! My oldest starts school on the 30th of August. Kindergarten. When she asked her younger sister what she was going to do all day while Emily was in school, Abbie (4) replied 'fight with mom.' Outta the mouths of babes :) Bless you and your family!

  2. Ah I'm sorry you all have to go through this uncertainty. I will be thinking of you all

  3. oh my.... poor fellow...

  4. Aw, poor little guy! Prayers for your family.
    My oldest starts 2nd grade on the 30th. I can't believe how quickly this summer has flown by!

  5. Que emocion es cuando la familia ayuda en las labores y es un momento de compartir....besitos para ti...exelente día....

  6. Bless your heart... we are going through very simialar tests with my daughter so I can imagine some of what you must be feeling.

    Warm thoughts and prayers headed your way!

    Jennifer :)

  7. She will be the cutest cheerleader I'm sure. Good luck with school and finding out for sure what's going on with your little guy. :)

  8. Poor little guy! I have been suffering from chronic autoimmune urticaria for almost three years now. With medication it is under control now, but for a few months I was completely unable to function. The doctor says that it should run its course and eventually I will be hive free, but it is taking awhile. I hope the doctors can figure something out for Matthew!

  9. Oh no, I'm so sorry that you are all (especially Matthew) going through this. Hopefully the doctors will be able to find a way of easing the irritation.

    It does look like you had a lovely time with your family though! And Paige will make the cutest cheerleader ever!


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