Last Days of Summer

Well, not really. Summer lasts forever in Florida and there have been a few exceptionally HOT days! Perfect time to break out the backyard pool.

Words don’t even do these photos that Rob took any justice. But, I will say, that when we put Reagan in this pool…I watch her and think to myself, “she’s just like a typical 18 month old” and it makes my heart soar. She splashes SO much, and crawls around, she stands up, she tries to flip out of the pool. It’s so awesome. I want to remember these days forever…I am so thankful for good days.

Pool 2 Pool arms Pool Golden 1 Pool golden 2 pool happy smile pool safari Pool smiles Pool splash pool splash 2 pool splash 3 Pool ups

There have been even more good days as of late b/c Reagan is now drinking out of a sippy cup, she started this a couple days ago…really after the last blog update and our prayer that we shared with you for her body to begin working like it should in regards to eating, drinking, swallowing and not vomiting. The prayer is answered and continually being answered as she continues to improve. Not only is she drinking water, she ate some mashed potatoes, and she’s been BURPING! Burping!! I have never loved the sound of a burp as much as I do when it comes out of Reagan’s mouth.

So so thankful for God answering our prayers. Reagan is a miracle. She is a miracle. If you have a hard time believing there is an omniscient God who can do things beyond our capabilities…it’s OK. But then I challenge you to look at Reagan and question God, and ask “how is this possible?”

God can do anything, you know—far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams!” [Message translation] Ephesians 3:20 

There is no reason you can’t believe in miracles too.

4 Replies to “Last Days of Summer”

  1. I believe in the miracles God is showering upon Reagan–it’s a testimony to His promises and who He is–only possible through Him. Thank you, Jesus!!

  2. Thanks for sharing this post. I have been wondering about and pray for your family.

    I do believe in miracles and as I read these posts, I see we are witnessing God’s miraculous power moving in your family. Nothing is impossible with God.

    Blessings,
    Debi

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