This was what Easter was supposed to look like
Sweet little boy and girl in their smocked Sunday best
But, like most things in our life, it didn’t turn out the way we’d planned
We spent all day Sunday and Monday in the hospital having Grayson’s broken feeding tube replaced
Taking care of two babies in the hospital is exhausting
But we survived. And Grayson had the procedure done without anesthesia, which was GREAT.
It wasn’t the ideal Easter, but at least we got great pictures last week (thanks Erin!)
He is Risen! (In church, the hospital, wherever)
7 thoughts on “Easter 2013: Not How We Had Planned It”
So thankful He is risen…in church, in the hospital, or wherever!! 🙂
Those outfits are too much – so cute! I'm sorry Easter wasn't what you planned, but it sounds like it turned out OK.
Precious precious precious sweat peas in their Easter best. So sorry that it was spent at the hospital, but so so glad that the procedure to put the tube back in was done without anesthesia and it was an easier recovery. I say dress them up next Sunday and have a do over! :o)
Pesky hospital trips interfering with holidays! At least you have the pictures, and you can pretend!
Omgoodness! These pictures are adorable (as, of course, are those kiddos). I'm sorry Easter didn't go as planned, but how fabulous that G was able to have the procedure without being sedated.
The picture of her in the basket with the eggs is the cutest I've seen in forever! Now I want to try to do that pose with Graham. :)Sorry your plans were "changed" but I'm glad the procedure went well.
Well, those pictures are FABULOUS!!! Even if Easter wasn't… Glad you made it through. He IS Risen, and for that I am eternally grateful!