Me: I have been doing a lot of knitting, just learned how to crochet, and reallt just getting the sewing/crafting bug. I have been juggling countless doctor appointments, breathing treatments, administering various medications all day long and trying to keep the babies happy and comfortable. I also started contributing to a fabulous modern mom find and reviewing site, In The Know Mom. I'm the only one who has boys, so to keep mama's with boys equally informed and stylish, I have been having a lot of fun researching and contacting companies about their products. Check out the site, the ladies who started it are amazing and smart and so great at finding the best, modern, trendy, educational, and eco-friendly products. Here are some pictures from my first review of a company called, Fat Tie. Kade LOVES his shirt.
Kade: Because of all of the sickness, bronchitis, ear infections, etc, I decided to pull Kade out of preschool until we get him completely healed. It seemed like every time he would get better, he would go back to school and it would start all over. Then Kellan would get it from being exposed to Kade and it was just a never ending cycle. He has been going a little stir crazy but I've been trying to keep him happy with lots of crafts and play-dough and creative time.
Kellan: Sick sick sick. He has had 5 infections since he was 4.5 months old. The doctor is pretty positive that he is immuned to the Amoxicillin, so they started him on a new one. When we are over this hump, we are being referred to an Ear, Nose and Throat doctor to look into tubes, which I'm a little nervous about, but am open to possibilities. This past week has been really hard. He had really high fever and horrible congestion, and suuuuper clingy and fussy but I get a little smile every now and then. Here is a picture of him with his little sickieface, but always mama's boy:)
Grandpa: Dad is doing well too. He caught the bug with the rest of us, so he just got over that but is doing a lot better now. His numbers still look great and his kidney function is still up to about 38%, which is great for when he started so if we keep up the diet and medicine, he won't have to worry about dialysis for some time. We had a family member pass away, so he flew out to Florida to be with the family. It was hard for me to accept that he was going by himself, because I'm a little bit of a worry-wart, but he's doing well there. He is having a good time visiting with people he hasn't seen in decades.
So, that's how it's been nowadays. More to follow soon as I am always camera-ready:)