Saturday, May 19, 2007
My Fabulous Wonderful Adorable Husband
Jason is superman. Lindsey and I went on a little excursion to Time Out for Women (I'll explain more later, but you can click on the link to the right to read about it) by ourselves all day (I was gone 28 hours according to his calculations) to revamp. I left Friday night and came back Saturday.
Jason held down the fort with all 3 kids and even took them to the zoo. I haven't even taken them all to the zoo yet. He is not scared of a challenge. He had a double stroller and Baylie in the baby carrier.
Friday he took them to a kids church (primary) activity. It is really cool having a husband who I completely trust and parents are children equally well. He is just as good as me and sometimes better...sick I know. Yes, ladies I will loan him out for husband training if you need some help. No big emergencies besides losing Luke for 5 minutes in the spider exhibit. He ended up meeting our dear friends there and had a blast for 2 hours.
Disclaimer: I'm revising this post at Baylie's feeding at 2:30 a.m. but I just had this thought which is not new. Jason was always going to be fab-0 dad, but what pushed him over the edge to spectacular is when I first had arthritis. I wasn't doing well and he dove right in and took care of Luke when I could not. Not that I'm glad that I got it, but that was definitely something good that came out of it. It is a time I will never forget...and also relied on dear friends, like Misty who I remember hobbling down my stairs to hand her my son so that she could give him a bath. I will forever be grateful for my sweet husband and friends who did so much.
Here is Misty and her two beautiful girls. Kennadi and miracle Preslie. Misty took the pictures with her fancy camera.