Ok, so that’s a lie. Today has been a L-O-N-G day already. One of my children had an accident..on the couch..all over my pillows. Then, another accident all over the kitchen floor and my rug. *sigh* Change affects kids in such strange ways. We can’t really tell them ANYTHING about our new adventure. It’s an adventure and we will have a new church family and new house.. that’s about all that we know. haha!
Our day started early with an appointment at 8:30 for Addi and Harper. I left from there and rushed to another appointment for Harper at 9:00. I am going to be so sad when we move because we have THE BEST doctors for the girls.
We saw the allergist today for Harper. Since she is so little, we are going to just keep doing what we’re doing. FPIES is not an allergy that you can test for without feeding them the allergen. I am not about to risk sending my 1 1/2 year old into shock; and neither is the doctor. She has had a rash on her tummy for quite some time that we haven’t been able to get rid of, which can be a sign of Celiac disease. Thankfully, it is just eczema; which I suspected. Addison has eczema, too. He prescribed something for it, and we should be good to go!
We are starting to hear some things from churches and even have a visiting date set up, so it’s getting exciting and feeling a little overwhelming. Please continue praying for us and these wonderful churches who are looking for leaders. We want to be the right fit for them.
If you need a good laugh, go watch this video. I despise this song more than words are capable of describing, but those little girls are so funny and adorable. “She’s a peanut.”