She has been feeling great though! Last Saturday we all went to Jacob's first t-ball game and it was so nice to be able to go as a family. Jacob was adorable (all the boys were) and seeing him out there made us smile :) It was raining on and off the whole game and we were so surprised how tough all these 5 & 6 year old boys were to tough it out and play through the cold rain. Jim and I snuggled up with Abbey and Micah under umbrellas and we just thoroughly enjoyed our time. I also got out to church Saturday night (Jim was working overtime), which was such a blessing. Friends of ours watched the kids (thanks Borlins!). Yesterday I got to hear our baby's heartbeat beating away inside of me. That's something that never gets old and I could listen to it all day. I will be having my ultrasound in two week so we are looking forward to that!
Things are seeming more normal as Abbey has been consistently feeling good. We so look forward to being able to take her to church and out a little more. A friend of mine from church called today who is also a wonderful photographer and she was asking when we will be bringing Abbey back to church. She had a great idea of capturing those first moments on film of us being able to walk with her back into our church and it brings tears to my eyes just thinking about it.
A couple other things that we will be posting about within the next couple days.... Relay for Life is coming up and Abbey is the "superhero" for our church's team. We would love for as many of you to be there as possible and are looking forward to celebrating life (and how far we've come with Abbey) that night and remembering those who have lost their battle with cancer. Jim is going to do that post as he is much better at linking stuff to the post so you will be able to register, or join our team :) right on-line. The date is June 5th - 6th at Twinsburg High School so please keep those dates open. It sounds like it's an amazing event and we are very much looking forward to being a part of it. There is a survivor walk that we will be doing with Abbey. Again, something that brings tears to my eyes and a luminary event at night where some men from our church will be singing. You won't want to miss this and we would so appreciate your support and love that night for our family and the many others that have been affected by cancer. So be looking for that post as we will have more details coming very soon!!