Unfortunately, Laci is back on antibiotics. She has her seventh ear infection this year. She was supposed to see and ENT specialist in Texas, but, we moved. She will be seeing one here sometime in the near future to possibly get tubes in her ears.

As I opened my fridge, I realized that seeing a bottle of pink medicine is normal for us. I am so thankful that the Lord allowed us to have a lady who works at a pediatrician’s office here in Hope at our church. She helped us get right in to see the doctor. What a blessing! I’m also thankful for medicine and for a fridge! :] (Please ignore my messy fridge, I’ve been too busy to clean it lately. Okay, I have to be real. I haven’t wanted to clean it! :] )
Please keep Laci in your prayers. Oh, and Mitchell and Leslie, too! They started running fevers today as well.

4 thoughts on “Just Like Old Times

  1. Mother says:

    I'm praying that all the children are better today. Yes, doctors, medicine, and refrigerators are just a few of the benefits God loads upon us every day. He is so good.

    I love you.


  2. Amanda Tyler says:

    I'm sorry your kids are sick. 😦 I am praying for them. In the last two weeks, all of mine have had fevers two different times! I think we are all on the mend now. Hopefully yours will get over this quickly.



  3. Anonymous says:

    Please give your kids a kiss from Aunt Melanie and tell them I am praying they will get well soon.



  4. Ohhh!

    Poor Laci. I hope that the specialists will be able to help with her ears. I can't imagine 7 ear infections so far for the year.

    I will send up a prayer for her.

    Happy 4th of July to you and the family! Be Safe. We are having a picnic supper at the Lawrence Park and then watching their awesome display of dancing fireworks in the sky. I have Pop-its {that I handed out to the Mini-Temples last Sunday} and sparklers.

    I too am sorry to hear that your library isn't that great.
    Thank you for the reminder to cherish the things that we have.


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