Saturday, February 14, 2009

Happy Valentine's Day


Today had to be my best Valentine’s Day ever! I was able to spend the entire day with my two favorite men…my husband and my new baby boy. They make me feel like the luckiest girl in the world. My day started off with a rose and a card from the both of them. I can’t imagine loving Cain any more than I already do and watching Brad take care of Cain makes me love him more and more every day!

Overall today was a good day for Cain. I will update you more tomorrow about his weekend.

I hope each of you had a wonderful Valentine’s Day!

5 comments:

Kristi Hebert said...

We think Cain is so handsome. Holli says "Leave it there a minute and let me look at him. Oh, sweet!" I am so glad he is doing so well. I can't wait to get my arms around him! Call me sometime.
Kristi and Holli
Happy V's-Day!

Kristy Statham said...

Happy V-Day to all 3 of you! I just wanted to let you know that you have done a great job of keeping the blog updated so all of us that love you all can keep up. I know you don't have the time to answer every phone call, e-mail or text and talk about the same things over and over so this blog has been perfect.

Kind of off the subject, I know it will be a while before you can travel back this way with Cain so I was wondering if that meant that Dixie Classic was going to be at y'alls house this year!?!?!? It would be the perfect time for Cain to sharpie his Daddy and get him back!

Jennifer Kornfuhrer said...

Cain looks so sweet in his Valentine's Day picture. I wish I could hold him. The fundraiser is going great. Talk to you soon.

Laura Dawson said...

My name is Laura Dawson, I am a friend of Amy C.'s....i just wanted to tell you guys how much prayer has surrounded Cain....I have enjoyed watching his story through your blog....you will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers! Your strength is an inspiration...

clairedf said...

Catherine -- Your story is so similar to ours! I had to pump milk for Edie and add formula to it for extra calories. She went home with her NG tube (at 3 weeks of age) and kept it until she was 2 months old. I quit pumping the day we went home, because there were so many other duties that were pressing...(administering meds, cleaning her incision, bottle feeding, tube feeding, cleaning the pump, cleaning the bottle, cleaning the tube) that it just made sense for me to cut out a step so I could get some rest. I hope you're able to continue pumping for him, but if you can't, please don't feel guilty about it. You will have enough to keep you busy once you get him home. He will still have gotten a great start with all you have given him thus far. We continue to pray for you and Brad and Cain every night. I have faith that your story will have a happy ending just like ours has. Edie is starting Kindergarten this fall and is currently doing ballet and gymnastics. There is nothing she can't do. Keep the faith!! Cain is a fighter!!!