Spending a healthy Christmas and New Year celebration with Bryce was the greatest gift a mom could ever have.
|At Home Decorating Tree|
I suppose I just found myself somewhere between Halloween and the holidays, just absolutely adoring my sweet child - making as many memories as we can, play together for hours building Legos, making cards, drawing pictures reading books.
The cloud lifted from the past few years, I have come to terms with his diagnosis, and now that we have access to medical supplies, there is nothing to worry about - just enjoy each moment we have.
With low enrollment at the college, I found myself to have the entire holiday days off with Bryce.
We spent a few days at New Year's at Grammy's too. He enjoyed watching football.
Bryce's smile and love of life is simply breathtaking.
In the morning, especially as Bryce wakes up, he is often refreshed and eager to play, he says, "hi mommy, I am ready to get up!" I take off his bipap mask, give his kisses, and snuggles.
We talk for about 30 min every morning at wake up, sometimes I lay next to him and he likes to look at me and ask me questions. Sometimes he likes to pull my hair or poke me and laugh. Then he asks, "how did you sleep mommy?"
|Look - I am driving at MAX SPEED|
Its pretty cool to watch my son drive on the old country road where I learned to drive.
Bryce has a great sense of humor, he is starting to tell jokes and create some fascinating stories about super heroes or super frogs -
"Beautiful Beautiful, Beautiful Boy!"
"every day, and every way, its getting better and better!"
by John Lennon