I have been reading The Child Whisperer about this Type 3 boy, and I hope we are finding ways to help him feel less stymied and angry/frustrated. He can be such a funny boy and a sweetheart.
He fought a major virus or some kind of sick bug this week, and spent a lot of time cuddled up napping or watching Paw Patrol and Daniel Tiger.
Coke chest made its first appearance here, I Spy quilt given to then 2-year-old Benjamin here, and Maxwell helped Nona make the pillow case. Oh, and it's a Utah fleece blanket under the quilt. JB was concerned James would throw up on it, but it was more of a fever and coughing kind of sickness. Millie had it for a few days, too, but the rest of us have been fine.
JB held her a lot in the mornings while I was at work when she was feeling under the weather. Fingers in mouth. No teeth yet (the pediatrician filling in for mine tried to tell me that he sees no evidence babies feel pain while teething. I don't think he has kids of his own).
Speaking of Millie, she and I were able to sit by the Bishop on Sunday during the third hour combined meeting.
I couldn't help but sneak a picture. She loves her daddy and sleeps well on him.
I am glad we were all well to be able to go to church. I need it every week. It is refreshing during these times of trouble to be able to reset, and to sing and worship and pray together. God is in charge -- I love our scripture theme this year: "Look unto me in every thought, doubt not, fear not."