We love to go to church on Sunday's. Todd's mom or my parents stay home with Jameson. This makes Todd and I really happy because we love to worship as a family. Also, it is important for the boys to have our normal life and that includes church every Sunday. After a hard week, it is so needed to stand and enjoy corporate worship. To hear believers singing and praising the Lord always makes me remember what is really important. Life maybe hard but not hard for the One who is the in control of it all.
Jameson has had a great couple of days. He gets his days and nights confused every other day but that is a typical 8 week old baby. His incisions are looking really good. I will be glad to get the stitches out, hopefully on Tuesday. The bandage changes are still tough. He continues to have new blisters daily. There will be a day when God allows there to be one day without blisters and then 2 days and then 3 days .....and so forth. Or at least this is my prayer. You would not believe how brave and strong Jameson is during his bandage changes. He does have discomfort but he handle his disease so well. He knows when we walk into the bathroom what is about to take place. I was told ,early on, to have a place specifically for his bandages to be changed, and never do his bandages in his room. This could cause him to not want to go into that room. It is amazing how smart babies are.
Jameson has some really bad areas that are continuing to blister. Please pray for healing in these areas: back, stomach and ankles. His hands and feet are looking OK. Please pray for his range of motion and function. He always has his hands bandaged and I am not sure how he will be able to grab and hold on to things. His little ankles have been the weakest area to grow skin. Please pray that Jameson will walk and not have too much of a delay. All of these requests are important, but mostly, pray that Jameson will come to know Jesus at a very young age.
We got a new camera so we will have new pictures of Jameson soon!!!! (maybe tonight!)