I recently uploaded the Time Hop app to my phone and have been having a blast taking a trip down memory lane. The thing is, this was the time of year that little Harold ended up in ICU due to having RSV and pneumonia, so I have been reliving those days. Remembering the sleeplessness, the worry and concern, and the faithfulness of our Lord. So, today I just wanted to focus a bit on our precious little guy by sharing those scary days in the hospital again and what our goof is up to these days.
Beginning with a rainbow, a symbol of God’s faithfulness. We saw this as we arrived at the hospital on March 18th.
Admitted Sunday night for observation, diagnosed with RSV and pneumonia.
We had returned home the next day, but found ourselves back in the hospital after a doctor’s appointment on Tuesday. This time we had the privilege of being admitted to ICU. He needed supplemental oxygen.
A little Chest PT (or beating up the baby)
Looking better, and a bit goofy even then.
Got the okay from the doctor to go home. You’d think he’d be a bit happier about that.
Our welcoming committee was adorable, Tabitha and Amelia ran out screaming, “Mommy!” As Hannah ran out daddy was pulling Harold from the car, so Hannah screamed, “Harrow, Harrow!”
They sure missed their baby brother.
Our little guy has been growing up and yes, he can be quite a goof at times.
And his sisters still love him to pieces, though he does tend to get on their nerves at times.
Speaking of Goofy.