Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Our final appointment of the day was with a Dr. from genetics. During the appointment the Dr. wanted to look at Malachi, which meant waking him up, which in turn made him grumpy (see sedated above). I tried to appease him by feeding him. As he was eating he filled his pants (as usual). He seemed to have a lot coming out, and I was concerned that we might have a "blow-out" if I didn't change him soon. The Dr.'s office was more like an actual office space, but did have a cushy bench for us to sit on and the standard patient table. I asked the Dr. if I could change Malachi before we left. He said it was okay, so I did change him. That's it.
So, was it okay for me to change Malachi there in the office, or not? Remember, he eats breastmilk, so the diaper didn't stink. :)
Saturday, May 17, 2008
Malachi's dedication on Saturday night was wonderful. Here's a picture from the night. It's not terribly clear, but it's all I've got. Maybe John's mom got one that is better that I can post later on.
Here are some other pictures I thought I would share. Things continue to go well with Malachi, health-wise. He did manage to catch a little cold in the last week, but he's done really well with it, so no complaints!
This is Malachi completely wiped out after his first day at daycare.
I just think this picture is cute. He also happens to be wearing an outfit we bought right after we found out I was pregnant last June.
These 2 are the closest I've gotten of smiles while I actually have the camera.
Friday, May 9, 2008
I just thought I'd let you know that Malachi is being dedicated at church this weekend! If you are interested and able to come, we'd love to see you. This will happen at the 5:30pm service at Christ Community Church. Maybe we'll see you there!
Saturday, May 3, 2008
We will be able to go to Cancun with him in June if we want as long as we can find an oxygen supplier that will deliver to the resort. Malachi applied for his passport on Thursday so he will be all documented and ready to travel internationally by the end of the month.
We are taking Malachi to Wisconsin Dells tomorrow for a fun night. We had hoped to meet Paul, Kim, Noah, and Micah K. there but they aren't able to join us this time. Sarah and I are looking forward to taking Monday off from work without having to go to Mayo Clinic for the day.