Jan 29, 2007

Quick Sunday Update

Can I just say... God is so good! Seth is feeling so much better. He hasn't thrown up once and his stomach hasn't cramped at all since Saturday Morning. We started juicing for him again. I am doing about 6-8 ounces of fresh fruit juices in the morning and about the same amout of vegetable juice in the afternoon. He is taking it well much to my surprise. It is so much work to use and clean a juicer, but I am seeing the rewards already. We decided to make a trip to Victoria Sunday afternoon to visit family and celebrate birthdays and we just got back tonight. Thank you all so much for the prayers and emails. It means so much to me. We are still going to get him checked out very soon to see what is happening in that tummy of his.


Tiffany said...

Yeah, I'm so glad to hear that he is doing soooo much better. He has been on my mind all day. You as well. Your a great and awesome mom!! There is nothing like having our babies not feeling well. We turn into a mama bear and protect our little ones like crazy.

Chappyswife said...

Yay! I thank God for answering our prayers! Tiffany is right ~ you are a great mom.

Linda said...

Thank You Lord!! So glad he's doing better. All that work with the juice will be well worth it. You're doing a great job!!

Barb said...

I'm so glad he's feeling better. Juicers are a pain but hey, if he keeps it down, of course it's worth it.

You know, back when I did the "Name of Your Game" links and asked people to explain how they chose their blog name, your story was one of my very favorite. I love what "in Bloom" in your title means. I just noticed that you have that post in your sidebar. People should read that. It's such a nice story.

Janice said...

Glad to hear he is feeling better. Probably a good thing to get him checked out anyway. I keep him my prayers.

Pamela said...

Oh Susie, God is good and it sounds like you are taking very good care of him!

Nice that you got to go to Victoria and celebrate with family! I will keep Seth in my prayers.

When the kids were home we would form a production line and juice as many as 20 gallons of orange juice at a time. We had 13 orange trees and would invite neighbors, churches, and anyone to help themselves. It was great! :)

Diane J. said...

Thanks for taking the time to wish me a happy blogiversary. :-)

I see that we have some friends in common.

I hope your son is still doing well. :-)