Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Baby steps

Things are looking up, already. Virginia may be a no, but Indiana-at least for another year- is a yes. That window opened fast, didn't it?! We are still working out all of the details but things look pretty good.
I was watching Caleb today standing and thinking about taking those precious little steps and I was amazed again at how much faith he has in me. He takes a step and just DIVES towards me, knowing that, without fail, I will catch him. If only I had the faith of a child and was okay taking those baby steps all of the time. He hasn't ever let me fall so why I am so worried?


5 comments:

Karen of Sillymonkeez said...

Those photos are so precious!

Thank you for visiting me. It isn't everyday that I run into someone who actually has Grave's Disease themselves. Most people know someone who does.

It has been rough, but I had to have the treatment because my thyroid is 3x normal size and my specialist said I would never go into remission. Both my pregnancies made it skyrocket too. Those were some of the hardest times in my life. In the end it was worth it to have my 3 precious children though.

I wish you continued luck with keeping yours in check.

Anna said...

Aw these pictures are so adorable. I wish I had faith like that too... Faith that things would work out for the best, faith that things really have happened for a reason, faith that I'm not going to be as messed up as I think I will be, faith that God really will catch me when I go diving towards him.

I would agree with you on looking a head... with every sunset a sunrise comes not too far along after. :-)

christy said...

Glad to hear that God is opening other avenues for you so quickly! I like the imagery of learning to walk better than open windows (plus I'd rather see photographs of Caleb than of open windows!). Lovely images, as always -- your pictures of people are so inspiring!

And thanks for adding me to your list of photography blogger buddies -- that made my day!

Robert said...

Ahhhh, these are wonderful. I love that look on Caleb's face in the first one. I think it's my favorite of the set. Great work!

Should I ask what the Virginia possibility was? And what is keeping you in Indiana for one more year?

Luís Lopes said...

this children is very cut!