Last Sunday our Davy girl was blessed. If you are not LDS, it's basically like an inspired prayer, given usually by the Father. This was such a huge milestone for me personally. I needed my little lady to make it to this point. I was hoping for some comfort or maybe a thought of the future, something to calm me. Scott did a wonderful job. It was a great blessing.
Davy was well loved. Thank you everyone for making the trip to see her. It means a lot to have your love and support.
Scott and Ollie both stood up and spoke their testimonies. I was so proud of Ollie. He told Scott, I have something to say. So up he went. it was so sweet and from the heart. He was just so happy his sister didn't have to have another surgery and then he said Heavenly Father is happy with everyone....everyone here. I stood up as well and couldn't tell you one thing that I said. I apologize now if I said the word crap. I tend to say that when I'm nervous. It could've slipped out. So..... sorry.
It still feels foreign to me. the whole girl thing. Dresses, ribbons, tights. Don't get me wrong, I'm loving it, it's like I'm playing paper dolls. But I feel like I'm cheating the system some how. Like I'm not supposed to be doing it. I'm the boy mom.
Did I mention this was Davys first time out in the world. We were a little nervous. We were nervous about germs and looky lous and how we were going to feed her and do meds. But it went really smoothly that day. Especailly cuz I didn't need to worry about feeding everyone else. My sister Beth headed that up and all my family pitched in. It made the day way less of a stress for us, Thank you guys. I mean it, really....Thank you.
And thanks to my moms beautiful dress she made for Davy girl. I have a very talented Mom. She hardly ever uses a pattern, she just goes for it and it always is amazing.
3 bffs, Lily, Davy and Archie.