Joshua is alive and well. He's having his very first "tummy time" and seems to be enjoying it. We'd tried putting him on his tummy before, and I think he was too new. He preferred curling up. So he's basking in the sunshine, watching his new stuffed parrot.
I haven't check the "leak" side of his cele this morning, but I don't see any leaks. He seems a bit less stuffed up than other days, but certainly still has a cold.
Oceana and Daddy are outside working on a construction project out in the front yard. My parents are selling their house and subdividing the land for two properties. Matt's been working on the driveway for the 2nd property for a while now. They're a funny pair, sunblocked, hatted, and working hard. Ok, Oceana just calls everyone's names and gets in the way - but they deal with it. And she loves it.
We FINALLY got out of the house yesterday. We managed to take Joshua to a friend's house - carseat and all. It was so nice to get out! Over half the youth group was at their house [for new readers, we've been youth pastors for a year and a half, but with Joshua's situation, are taking a break]. So a bunch of kids, who wouldn't have gotten to see him otherwise, got to "ooh" and "ahh". And I got out of the house... feels like like prison now. :)
It's very hot here. I'm not rubbing it in for those of you who are experiencing the winter cold, but it's too hot. Poor Joshua starts the day in a sleeper and by noon is in a diaper and a tshirt and then at dinner he's back in his sleeper. And his mommy wishes she could go swimming. Darn it....
Not much else to report today.
We love you all.