Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Wonderful News!!

So Trevor had an MRI Tuesday and this morning the Dr. called with the results to say that everything looks good. I had noticed Trevors eyes shift back and forth involuntarily at times and was concerned. I took him into the dr and she said it looked like it could be Nystagmus or even Opsoclonus and that we should do an MRI to make certain that there weren't any brain tumors or anything wrong with the optic nerves as well. Our kids have a 50% chance of inheriting Gorlins syndrome-Joe has it-and children can develop brain tumors. So with the factors we felt it was necessary to check and make sure about the tumors. She also prepared me for the fact that because he wasn't tracking objects-he could have severe vision impairments. This was disheartening to hear and I went home to tell Joe. Definitely I went through scenarios in my head of what life would be like if Trevor couldn't see and how it would affect his life. It was hard not to.

So we got the MRI scheduled and on Friday saw a Pediatric Opthamologist. The PO said that his eyes looked good-so far-and wanted to watch them a bit longer to see how they developed as the Nystagmus is usally more continuous and that Trevor might just grow out of what we've been seeing plus he should start to track objects in the next few months as well. So we left feeling more hopful about a scary situation. The MRI was done yesterday and the Dr. called me this morning with the news that everything looks great- no tumors or any abnormalities that might affect his vision. So we are so relieved but will still follow up with the Ped. Opth. every few months to be safe.

Just another small miracle in my life and I am so very thankful that the Lord knows how strong I can be and gives me the faith to know that with His help I can handle the trials ahead.
But I did want to say thankyou for all the prayers and concern from family members and close friends. It really was strengthening to hear your words of encouragement and know you were thinking of little Trevor and our family. Although-I'm not certain i should call Trevor little-he's 7 1/2 weeks and weighs 13 1/2 pounds. He's quite the happy healthy little boy!!

Thursday, May 20, 2010

We kicked off Parade season with the first parade last Saturday!!
One least three more to go. Deep in thought or sleep?Amber is going to teach Trevor all about Dinosaurs
-whether he likes it or not.

Check out the double chin on this guy

Monday, May 10, 2010

Area Festivals for the next two months!!

Here is a list of events and festivals in our area for the next month or two-looks like there is something fun to do every week!!
Click on the highlighted underlined words for more infor about the activity

May 10-15th Payette's Apple Blossom Festival

May 16-22nd Boise Bike Week

May 14-16th Snake River Birds of Prey Festival
Click HERE for schedule of events
Registration Family is $5, individual $3, children free.

May 21-23 Eagle Island Experience Festival

July 10th Star Mule Days (Usually it's first week in June-but they changed it this year)

June 5th 9am-3pm Celebration of Flight Air Show

June 9-11th Eagle Fun days and Rodeo

June 17-19th Meridian Dairy Days

June 26th Wag'n Walk and Pet Friendly Family Festival Free-fun contests for your pets and family fun

June 26-27 Boise RecFest learn more HERE

Saturday, May 01, 2010

Trevor's first month-for gramma

Trevor at 1 week old--with Mom
2 weeks
1 month old"There's no crying...there's no crying in baseball"