Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Kid's Connection

This past Sunday, Kc and I had the opportunity to go to church...alone. In the past, we have always taken Noah with us and held him through the service. As the little guy is getting older, it is becoming more and more difficult.

A typical Sunday starts with the Jackson's walking in just before the worship starts and picking seats in the very back of the sanctuary. After the worship is over {which Noah does love} and the message begins, Kc and I pass Noah back and forth as we try to entertain him with silent toys. Several of the toys are thrown to the neighbors sitting around us and eventually Mr. Man starts coughing and needs to be suctioned. Kc and I take turns who will get up and take Noah out to the entryway or the cry room and suction him. We have been unable to drop the little guy off at Kid's Connection {what The Well calls Sunday School} because he needs to have someone who is trach trained with him at all times. This past Sunday, however, Nana offered to attend an earlier service so she could volunteer in the nursery and be there for Noah. How awesome! It was so nice to listen to the message and be able to focus on the word rather than on our little guy. Thanks so much Nana!

6 comments:

  1. What a blessing for everyone!

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  2. It is soooo hard to focus on the sermon when you are focused on a baby! Darn near impossible even. How fun for you two to get to do this.

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  3. Gotta love Nana...woo hoo!! What a gift :)

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  4. I know the feeling! Case is 9 months now and we only get about 15 minutes before we are paged :) We are hoping that if we keep trying he will soon get the hang of it!

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  5. So exciting! Sure wish I was still working Kid's Connection! Sure wish I was still at the Well for that matter! I have been racking my brain trying to think of if I know anyone NICU Wellians to help you out. Have you tried asking around? Although, I understand you may not be comfortable leaving him with a stranger! I hope Nana can help again. She sounds like an amazing Grandma!

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  6. Hurray for Grandma Betty! She is always there when you need her :-) Lucky Noah!

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