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Posted (Josh) in All Posts on July-11-2009


Ella’s grandpa came over for lunch today. We had a good time catching up. And then our dear sweet sitter Megan came by to watch the Bun this afternoon so I could have a break. I escaped by grabbing a bite at Chick-fil-A and went to see a movie. Last time I saw a flick in a theater was over a year ago in Gainsville. It was a nice break.

Ella has behaved herself today. She pitched a bit of a fit during bath time this morning, but that’s to be expected from our drama girl.

Lisa asked about Ella taking out her cannulas. It’s funny because the only time they really come out is by accident. Ella will actually try and put them back in her nose if she can. You figure for her she’s always had them in there. Maybe it’s like wearing a seat-belt. When I was kid they were optional, so I didn’t always think about it. But now, it’s actually uncomfortable without that strap across my chest.

Glad the Bun is doing pretty good these days. Praise God for her precious life.

P.S. Please continue to pray for the Keirseys. Avery has really struggled with some fluid issues over the last few days. I hope and pray they find a treatment that will help this sweet child.



Joel Snyder on July 12th, 2009 at 2:32 am #

Ella, I had a great time today at lunch with you and your Dad. You are really getting big and starting to move around alot. Josh thanks for lunch and I am glad you got a break. I will catch you guys later. Love,Grandpa!!!!!!!!

Williamsburg on July 12th, 2009 at 6:54 am #

Glad you and Daddy are hanging in there, sweet Bun. Hope Mommy is enjoying her time away. I am loving life in the O.C. this weekend – pretty cool stuff. Smooch each other for me – talk to you soon. XOXOXO

Abby And Matt Searlea on July 12th, 2009 at 10:52 am #

Tina and Josh I am not Abby I am her Mother visiting them. I so praise GOD everytime I see and think of Ella. Being a retired nurse of 30 years I can remember when the medical profession had no idea how to take care of a child like that and they no survival rate. Isn’t God good to give the talents to the neonatologist and pediatric surgeons. Caedmon is a baby on a mission. Always running everywhere he goes and jabbering up a storm. He has some pretty big meltdowns. I continue to keep you and Josh and Ella in my prayes. GOD BLESS!!!!!!!!!!!!! Debbie Thomley

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