me and kanon

I was inspired by this post of Ashley’s. Out of the thousands of pictures our family has, I am in a very small percentage. Mainly this is because I am usually the one taking them and Mark is at work/school, or because I don’t take the time to set the self timer, and a few instances where I have preferred not to be photographed because I have no make-up on and haven’t showered in 3 days (okay so maybe that was the case more than a few times). But I have totally gotten over that. Looking back at the pictures we have that I allowed to be taken even though I really didn’t want them aren’t half as bad as I thought they were at the time. And really, that’s how my kids know me. Everyday, no make-up me. 

I was really inspired to take pictures of just me and Kanon. We’ve gotten to spend a lot of time together just me and him. Not in the way that I would prefer (hospital stays and doctor appts), but more than I would get alone with him being the third baby and all. And today is another one of those days. On his CT scan they saw some white spots all over his skull. I am not sure (I’m not sure the doctors are either) what it is. So we have an MRI to get a closer look at it. He will have to be sedated. I have definitely been given a peace that surpasses all understanding about this. I still don’t like it, but I know He is good. It will not be a fun day- I can’t feed him past 9:30 am, we have to be at the hospital at 1:30 pm, and the test is at 3:00 pm. So any prayers for us would be much appreciated and cherished- we really love them more than you’ll ever know. Because really how cute is this little boy?

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4 responses to “me and kanon

  1. Ashley

    You are so beautiful, Maegan! I really enjoy staying in touch through your blog…you are so faithful. We are praying for you guys every second I think about you. Hospital time is scary for the child as well as the parents, but He is always in control and knows your heart. He will see you through this time. I pray for strength for you and Mark during this time and peace that passes all understanding. We never understand why our children have to go through such tough times, but there is always a reason. You are never alone. Love you!

  2. I love that you took these and posted them. They are beautiful shots of a precious relationship between a mom and son….a son who I am now praying for.

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