Yes, we are still alive. I know that it has been awhile since I've even thought about blogging. Not a whole lot has happened.
Todd got called to be the Young Men's secretary and I got called to be the Assistant Librarian. We love our callings and our ward. I'm grateful for all of the support the Relief Society has been giving me.
I've been extremely sick since January and the doctors still have not found anything out. I've been through so many tests and so far they found that my Vitamin D is a little low. Right now I'm hooked up to a heart monitor as they try to find out what is causing the pain and rapid heartbeat I've been having. Todd has been the best husband in the world. I have no energy anymore and sadly, I've been confined to my couch. I feel like a terrible mother. I can't get on the floor and play with Kayl.
I think Kayl understands most of what is going on. He has been so good. He is constantly bringing me books for me to read to him.
My house is in constant chaos. I feel trapped. Todd is an angel, he comes home for working all day and goes straight to cleaning the house and trying to figure dinner out.
Enough about me, Kayl got his teeth fixed. We finally were able to have the surgery done. He had 4 extractions, 5 root canals and 10 crowns. Poor little guys mouth was so sore afterwards. His mouth has started to heal and he is a completely different child. He is so much happier and runs around babbling more. The dentist thinks that Kayl didn't want to talk because his mouth hurt too much. He wants us to get four fake front teeth put in so it will help with speech. It does cost quite a bit and we can't decide if it will be worth it. He is a lot more talkative now. Any suggestions?
Thankfully, Todd has an amazing immune system and is rarely sick. He is the most amazing husband in the world. Todd works so hard to keep our family afloat each month. This economy hasn't been the best but we make it work for us. We have been downsizing our items and have been having many yard sales trying to get rid of stuff we don't need anymore. I've been searching for a job but with my declining health I haven't been able to get one.
We have our trials but we have so many things to be grateful for. Our little family unit is doing well. We have such an amazing love for each other. Life is a Journey and I'm glad I'm on it with Todd and Kayl. I don't know where I would be with out them.