Friday, August 24, 2007

Can you believe it?

It has been a whole year since I wrote this. I can't believe how fast the year has gone by, it is so amazing how much Evan has grown. When we were at my inlaw's house all the boy cousins would take baths together. Evan was actually chunkier looking than his cousin. He has gone from below the 5th percentile in weight to average. It was a hard road but I am so glad that the journey is done.


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12 comments:

The New Parent said...

Hi AM--that was a fast year and now llok at the progress. So nice to hear (smile).

Zephra said...

Amazing what a year can do. I hope he keep right on growing on track.

Nanette said...

Very heartwarming!

Jenifer said...

He is an awesome little boy, just like his Mom!!

chelle said...

Wow. So awesome that he has come so far. Totally a testament to your commitment!

chichimama said...

Congrats! It must feel so great, hugs and high fives all around!

so grateful to be Mormon! said...

hi awesome: i think this is my first time to your blog, but i have seen your comments all over the place. you have a good heart.

i think the hard stuff is worth it, even though it soooo rots at the time, i try to believe and hope that something good always comes out of the struggles. glad your present hard thing has eased.

blessings this day, kathleen/grateful

ps. i got a kick out of how you said on happy mommy's blog that you think your hubby is allergic to taking both kids out at the same time. you made me smile.

Gina said...

Yay for Evan!

Yay for Awesome Mom!

And yay for comment editing!

Gabriela said...

That's terrific! That's great news.

A Mom Who Thinks Too Much said...

I just read "Evan's story" and "hard road" for the first time, and I am impressed by how hard it was for you all and how far you've all come!

Damselfly said...

Wow! That's all your TLC at work.

Jaelithe said...

Oh, this gives me so much hope for my own son's growth. If Evan could come back so strong from so much more adversity than my son has ever had to face, I feel like Isaac HAS to catch up eventually, too.