I can’t believe how much my life has changed in 4 years. My son was born early and abruptly and changed everything. I quickly learned that life doesn’t go according to plan, and it’s usually better than that it doesn’t. Judah makes me smile every day, and even when he doesn’t listen I have a hard time being upset. I’m a total push-over, which is a trait that I inherited from my father :o). I can’t believe how quickly the past 4 years have flown by. We have a daughter as well now, and our family is a complete set.
The day Judah was born, I was afraid. The circumstances around the emergency c-section brought up fear that I could lose both Kathy and Judah. And while I was driving to the Hospital God reminded me that Judah is first a child of God. I get the privilege of raising him. Parenting is a stewardship. I pray that I raise Judah well.
I’m enjoying every moment that I can with my son while he is young, and I am looking forward to watching him become the man that God wants him to be.
Judah, you are a blessing to me and your mother. We love you madly. If you ever read this post I want you to know that we really do want the best for you. Your name means Praises Honoring God. My prayer is that I can model that life for you, and that you will always live to be a worshiper of God. Whatever you end up doing with your life, I will always be your biggest fan.