This picture kind of makes me laugh. I forgot to mention that on Friday, Harper had her last RSV shot of the year. She did pretty good. She weighed 12 lbs and 11 oz. BIG GIRL!
I heard through the grapevine today that our (cute and single) pediatrician is moving to Africa soon to be a medical missionary. Yeay for Jesus , sad for us. So I guess we'll be looking for a new one before too long.
Harper enjoyed having her grandparents here. She gets spoiled when there are lots of hands wanting to hold her!
You were all asking about the light panel. Here it is - Scott finished it today (ignore our mess of a garage). Scott got the instructions here. Once we get some backdrops and a set up - I'll post pictures of before and after to show you how it makes a difference.
A blogger sent me a great link that talks about how to make neat backdrops from fabric. Here is the link. I may be experimenting this week- stay tuned!
A lot of you have asked when we will start getting Harper out. We are going to try and make Easter Sunday our first family trip back to church (I can't wait) and then after that - we will probably start taking her out. She'll be 3 months at that point. We'll still be pretty cautious but I feel safer once sick season is past and with her RSV shot. I can't wait to be back around all of our friends!!!!
The title of my blog today reminds me that Scott and I have been excited that our FAVORITE David Crowder is working on a new album (called "Church Music") and we can't wait to get our hands on it. Maybe we can take Harper to her first David Crowder concert before too long! I just realized he is from Texarkana. He would say Texas but I'll say Arkansas. (If you like DCB - what is your favorite song????)
And finally : keep this family in your prayers. They have a little girl who has been battling a brain tumor for a year and it does not look good.
And this little boy is having heart surgery today