A Day at the Museum

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5 Responses

  1. Natasha Metzler says:

    Looks so fun, Heather! It’s great to do something out of the norm now and then. 🙂

  2. Nancy says:

    Hi Heather,
    I love reading your blog! Thank you! Glad you had such a special day with Aidan! Also congratulations to Liam for running the half marathon. What an accomplishment! I wish your whole family all the best with Aidan’s spine surgery.

  3. Pat says:

    Hi Heather, I won’t be at the writing group so wanted to let you know I’m thinking of you and will keep your family in my prayers next week when Aidan has his surgery. I always am so touched by your blog and loved this entry and the last about your time with your sons individually, in addition to the many entries about how your family works so well as a unit. I’m also looking forward to reading Liam’s article–like mother, like son! My best to you all, Pat

  4. Joanna says:

    I apparently blocked out the fact that Aidan was getting geared up for spinal surgery. It has been discussed at length for Tess as well but seeing how we very nearly lost her from a post-op pneumonia from her bilateral hip surgery last year, my husband refuses to even discuss it which leaves me in a weird twilight zone of one important person (Dr. M) trying to get us mentally ready for the inevitable (in his mind), and my husband absolutely refusing to to talk with me (or Dr. M) about it. What’s a mom/wife to do? Anyway, enough about me…
    Stay strong mama bear! I’ll be keeping you all in my prayers; especially for a great outcome and recovery for Aidan!

    • Oh that’s a tough one. It’s certainly not to be taken lightly. I’d say it’s worth a conversation at the very least. We’ll be concentrating very hard on ignoring the scary truth of it all on wed but then it’ll be over and it’ll all be good.

      Best of luck with that decision!

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