Otherwise they are doing pretty well. Max is now 2 lbs 6 oz and Luke was really on the climb but then they stopped his feedings for a day because he had a little throw up come back. He is 1 lb 11 oz now but I am sure he is going to chunk up like his brother. They both look so cute and I hope that they will be able to move past the CPAP soon so that they don't have to have those big contraptions on their heads. It makes it so hard for me to see what they look like!
Little (but mighty) Luke :)
We heard the song "He's my Son" on the way home. As you can imagine I was pretty emotional. As I was hearing the words I couldn't help but think of the boys far away from me in their incubators, wanting to take their place, take their pain, wishing it would all be over soon so I could hold them how I wanted, when I wanted, at home. When I looked this video up though it gave me a whole new perspective. Our situation at times seems like it can't get worse to me, and then I watched the video and felt totally humbled. Can you imagine having to watch your child be tortured like that?! And beat... unaware of the outcome! How amazing that it was all done for us... so that we may have everlasting life. Thank you, thank you, thank you Lord.... I know that my sons are in the hands of God, which there is no better place for them to be! If you have a minute please watch this video.