And you know what makes me even happier?
That I'm on my way to the hospital to bring my son home!
Woo hoo! :D
So so so excited for you! Praying that he will make the transition home easily! You will do great. : )
How exciting that James will get to sleep (hopefully he will sleep) in his own bed tonight. Remember all of the prayers being offered up for all of you!Marcia Brogly
Whooooooo! Congratulations, Engstroms!!! -EC
Praying for a smooth transition and that you may feel God near.Lori
yaaaaayyyyyyyy!!!!!!!! Prayers for you all! I'm so happy James is finally coming home!
I am so happy for James and your entire family. I stopped by to say goodbye to him this afternoon. He looks wonderful. I have been praying for him ever since I met him for the first time that scary night when J. S. and I ran down to the E.R. to resuscitate him. He is a miracle (and I'm still gonna be praying). Keep us updated, okay?
Woo Hoo!! Yeah for you guys and yeah for Baby James :o)Katie in MD
Praying you're snuggling your little boy blue in your arms AT HOME!
You have no idea how obsessed I am with flash mobs - I literally get chills and well up with tears when I watch one. Being in one is one of my life's goals (so was riding a segway, but I got to do that on vacation recently...). Did you know there was one in Bloomington not too long ago? I forget what it was for, but it was some type of non-profit thing. I'm also super stoked your little man is home! Tell Little Boy Blue hey from Those Landrys!!
So happy that James is home. I'll continue to pray for your whole family as you readjust to life together this weekend!
I've been following your blog since the Holy Hour for James at St. Mary's Metamora. Makes me happy to hear he's coming home.
Thanks everyone for the well wishes!Alisha, I too cried when I first saw this flashmob. In fact I get kinda teary eyed every time I watch it. I know it's not spontaneous, but it feels that way, and it feels so joyful. I love it.