Friday, July 19, 2013

Random 5 on Friday - July 19

Happy Friday.

1. This pretty much sums up our week.

Photo credit: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Somerville, NJ

 2.  We had our first experience as visitors to duPont this week.  One of Matthew and Celia's school friends was in an accident and has been hospitalized for three weeks.  She was feeling up to company when Matthew had his pulmonology visit, so we stopped to see her.  You're in our prayers, Emily!

3. Speaking of Matthew and doctors, look at this picture!

That's Matthew with dairy ice cream!!!  It looks like he may have outgrown his allergy to milk!  After having this on Wednesday night as part of the trial, and a clear check up with the Pulmonologist on Thursday, we have the go ahead to add dairy to his diet and see how he does.  So far he's outgrown allergies to wheat, soy lecithin, and hopefully dairy.  Woo hoo!! That just leaves soy protein and nuts.

4.  Celia's been working a new Bible study for a Crew review.  She memorized the Twelve Tribes of Israel in about twenty minutes.  It's a catchy jingle...consider the earworm a gift from us.

5.   Luke and I sat down and figured out what courses he needs to take and when he'd like to take them.  Now to finish getting curriculum.

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  1. How awesome for Matthew! I hope dairy goes well. We are doing a similar trial here, and so good! What a life changer it is.

    1. Good luck to you! Hope it sticks - amazing how just one food is such a big thing!

  2. Awesome jingle from Celia! She did a great job and she is so cute! By the way, I wanted to name my first baby Celia, but I got outvoted (we decided on Hannah Beth). Have a great weekend!

    1. Too funny! I LOVE the names Hannah and Anne (with an E!) and brought them up every time but hubby didn't care for either version (I even kept throwing them back in when we were narrowing names, but he tossed them right back out). In the end, she was named Celia Rosemary after her great-grandmothers - "Celia" was Neal's grandmother's name, and my grandmothers were Maria Rose and Madeleine Mary.

  3. We thought Carter was lactose intolerant. The doctor wanted us to take him off all dairy. Well as time passed he would eat dairy here and there. Especially once summer hit! He has been completely fine for months. So weird! But wonderful. :) I'm glad Matthew can have dairy now too!


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