Tuesday, October 13, 2009


These were taken this morning at our home. The friend of mine who did the maternity pictures, also took these. These are just a few that she took and they turned out awesome! I'll post a blog of my thoughts next. I've been in some pain lately and am not sure why, since Luke's 2 weeks old. You'd think I'd be healed, or at least having less pain, but ever since last week, one side of where my section was performed, feels as though I'm being stabbed or needles stuck in it, anytime I'm standing or moving about. Not sure what that's about, but I've left 2 voicemails for the nurse, but havent heard back. Anway, enjoy this teaser of pictures of Luke.
October 13th, 2009 Is this not the most precious newborn you've ever seen?!

Just a sweet sleeping baby pose...

Now, this one has special meaning. The pink beenie is in the photo (scroll all the way to the bottom of the blog) with his big sister Layah. The blue one is the one that was photographed with Tobi, when he was born at 2 lbs 3 oz. I thought it turned out just perfect.

God is so faithful!

Faithfully His,


1 comment:

  1. The same exact thing happened to me. My "stick pain" was on the side that the wound was not quite healed. I called freaking out thinking that enternally something was about to burst but the nurse assured me that nerve endings begin to heal back together between 10-14 days post surgery. So it really took almost 2 months before i didn't have that sharp knife stabbing pain. I can remember just turning the wrong way and the pain taking my breath away. It was horrible. I am sorry you are experiencing the same kind of pain. The more people I talked to about it, assured me that I was "normal" and the pain was expected. And the pic of Luke with the beanie babies brought tears to my eyes. It is almost like he is saying, see guys I am here because you paved the way for me. It is so precious Mika. I would love to have a copy of that one. If you get hungry and need more meals, let me know. We still pray for you every day in our family.