Were they all out riding bikes, swimming in a pool, playing outside while he was stuck here with all these wires on his head?
But just as quickly as I felt that, I felt such joy and relief that he is doing so well and so far from how horrible things were just 2 1/2 years ago in that very same hospital room.
We've come such a long way. I am so thankful and grateful we are on this side of things now. The mountain has been moved.
Noah has been given the "all clear" and is officially off his special diet. He has been med-free & seizure-free almost 2 years now. We have been looking forward to this momentous occasion for a very long time now.
...He who began a good work in Noah has been faithful to complete it.
For breakfast I offered Noah some cereal with milk. "But Mommy, what does milk taste like?"
So odd to hear from a 5-year-old little boy about such a 'little' normal thing.
I am confident he is healed. I am not fearful.
Yes, I am still jumpy at every little sound he makes and will continue to check on him several times at night... but that is to be expected after where we've been and how far we've come, and I wear it as a battle scar for now.
There is plenty to be grateful for in this house. There is much cause for celebration!
I will praise You,
for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Marvelous are Your works,
And that my soul knows very well.