Saturday, March 28, 2009

Philip's Story ..Will you join me?

Once again I would like to thank Sara for making me this button for my blog. She was so helpful and donated it to my blog. I love her work. Take a minute to go check out her blog. She is one talented lady.

I know so many of you pray for Philip. I can not begin to tell you how much it means to me as a mom and to our whole family.

I have had some of you ask great questions about how this or that happen and what certain things have happened with him medically. I know it has to be complicated to understand. because I lived it and there are still days I wonder how the heck we got to where we are.

But there is another reason I want to blog about some of the earlier days of Philip's medical history. Back when Philip was younger there was no such thing as blogs ...shock huh? I would love to be able to keep a record of some of the things that Philip went through. For him and for myself.

I always am going to admit that...some of it may be hard for me. But it will be GOOD for me. I have not let myself think about some of those days and in truth I need to. because sometimes when I do it hurts really bad. And those days are not gone. We still live them each day and Philip still pays the price each and everyday.

So will you join me in reading and following the journey of Philip earlier days? I would love for you to see what a miracle God showed us in Philip's life.

Check back today for part one.


April said...

I would love to read it, Amy! It's always good, as painful as it might be, to look back and see just how far you're come.

ixtapacheryl said...

Oh I definitely want to follow his story. I'll bet when you actually start putting your thoughts into words - it will be very theraputic for you.

I'm looking forward it.

Alicia said...

Hi Amy!!! I have not read your blog in so long, but I am going to again!! I remember praying for you and your son awhile back!!!!


Juls said...

:) Certainly... looking forward to it!

Shannon said...

I think this is such a great idea! I'm really going to enjoy it!

bluesuede said...

Do you really need me to answer that question?

Rachael said...

i am looking forward to reading his story. and i agree, writing it will probably be quite therapeutic.

Queenie Jeannie said...

I think you are BOTH so brave!!! Big bloggy hugs!

Charmaine said...

Reading Phillip's story from the beginning would be so inspiring. I have been around for over 5 years, but only have bits and pieces of everything he has been through in his very young life. You may be surprised at how theraputic it could be for you to get it all written down and to look at the whole story...maybe even a book.

Love you,