Saturday, September 17, 2011

Then And Now

A week ago:


Today:


Seriously...
Therapy...
I'm going to need it...


14 comments:

trublubyu said...

prayers for you and your sweet family from arizona.

i hope you are able to go to church and be comforted and uplifted and partake of the blessings of the sacrament tomorrow.

p.s. i agree with your mom: you are truly a mother who knows your daughter and that something was wrong. something to be proud of. mothers are miracles in and of themselves.

Joann Mannix said...

Prayers and love.

Emily is right where she needs to be, getting strong and recovering, so that she can come home to you.

Just keep putting one foot in front of the other, girl.

Hoontah said...

Oh my heart. I love you. We'll keep praying.

Shan said...

Yeah, I can see that. Big, loving hugs, Mama. You are so smart to have realized what she needed.

There are therapists who specialize in dealing with the stress of sick babies. It's a good way to take care of you while you take care of her.

Love you,

Shan :+)

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Prayers, prayers, prayers for you and your angelic fighter.
xoRobyn

Mr. Thompson and Me said...

There isn't anyone on earth who wouldn't.

Bless that sweet little girl.

(and her mom and dad too!)

Venassa said...

Oh no :(
I don't know what's up but I hope it's improved since you made this post! Thinking of you guys.

Dazee Dreamer said...

she is in good hands and your instincts were spot on.

Singedwingangel said...

OH Noelle if you hadn't followed your instincts it could have been a lot worse though.. she is fighting it is what she has learned from you sweetie..

Taylor said...

Praying! I'm so sorry.

Becky said...

This breaks my heart. I am so sorry Noelle! What a sweet girl. She is so lucky to have such a wonderful mom. Hang in there! All of you are in my prayers.

wjmom said...

I haven't looked at blogs for several days, and now there's this. I was in two different temples last week. Can you guess who is on the prayer roll?

Sending loads of love!

TheBlogWriter8 said...

The "before" will come again.

le Chef said...

One more hurdle. Parenthood if filled to bursting with them.
Pace yourself. Breathe.
It sounds trite, I know, but some days it's all you have control over.
One foot in front of the other girl. That, and chocolate, are how mothers survive.

Still praying.