All moms recognize that absolutely chilling feel, when you know something is wrong with your child.
Not just a little bit wrong; ouchy, scratchy, sore, tender or mildly feverish – but really wrong and unless you work very hard to get an answer to just what it is, you’ll regret it deeply.
We’ve been there for almost 6 whole months with my oldest son now. Yes, my wonderful teenage boy. Your very own super blog photographer!
His body wouldn’t tolerate his regular meals, and during the winter he started wilting away. More appointments and medical procedures than I can keep track of.
Many friends must be wondering why they’ve heard so very little from me, for so long… Well this is it. A lot of time and energy invested in fretting and finding just the right answers for why he sometimes feels so excruciatingly ill…
And if you’re a mom, you also know the feeling of helplessness, when things are looking better, but you still don’t know what’s ahead. And you would like to do more. But you can’t just yet.
Honoring the kindest teenage boy ever here on the blog today. He’s my biggest cheerleader and is so sweet with any animal he ever meets, even if it happens to be a pretty intimidating horse.
Kind of intense with his camera angles sometimes. Can’t help but laugh. And in some pictures, there’s no telling what he’s really shooting, just the motion perhaps, but who cares?
I know you’ll be alright soon! Thank you for being a fighter, for being an awesome big brother, and for spending some of your summer time taking pictures of mom, going endlessly around and around.