Saturday, November 2, 2013

Camilla Three Years Old

Camilla is about to turn three, yes THREE! We can't believe how fast time has flown and that our baby is almost three.  She is doing great.  Here are a few of her favorite things:

Talking.  All day, sentences, paragraphs, short commentaries!!!!!! Will she have a love of writing like her mama?

Her brother and sister. Hands down....her best buds.

Snuggling on the couch.  EVERYDAY she says at least ten times to both me and her daddy on the phone or in person...   "______wanna snuggle me on the couch?"  She says it with a southern accent (not sure why!!) and a drawn out word "couch" with a bit of a twang. STINKIN' CUTE.  LOVE. LOVE. LOVE.

Her dollies.  She is a mini-mama.  She names her dolls, feeds her dolls, wraps up her dolls, and pretends to rock them.  Adorbs.

Awana Cubbies, her Wednesday night fun at church.  Little Miss Independent shassays (how on earth do you spell that??) into the cubby room ready to learn and sing and have treats and she talks about it all week until the next Wednesday.


As far as a health update, her eye appointment a few months ago went GREAT! Her eyes are functioning normally and the thinned optic nerves are not causing any trouble.  Praise!  Her wide open, big, beautiful blue peepers are a constant reminder of God's healing hand.  Thank you for all your prayers.

Now on to the pictures.....

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Camilla Update!

Many people ask how Cami is doing now that two years have passed.  We, once again, have to thank our Heavenly Father for his healing within her.  She is a vibrant two year old little girl who has the biggest blue eyes I've ever seen.  As far as developmental updates, Camilla is doing everything she should be and more.  In fact, she absolutely AMAZES me with what she is doing at two years old. 

This past week, I was graciously given the opportunity to share a snippet of her journey on WCSG with on the morning show with John and Amanda.   If you happened to hear Camilla's story on the air, please scroll down to the next post and read  her entire story from the beginning.  God is good-all the time and it is my responsibility to share with others the hope there is in Him.  Everyday miracles are happening all around us, and it is a beautiful reminder of our future hope of eternal life.