June 22, 2008

Back to Normalcy

It is hard to believe that life is settling back into a normal routine again. Jacob is back to his normal, crazy boy self. He spent Friday at child care while Dave and I went to work and he had a friend over to play today. His toys are scattered all over. I never thought I would be happy about that!

His incision is healing and with most of the surgical goop washed out of his hair, it doesn't look too bad. Still, he wears a hat when we go out (nobody wants to see that cut and it will heal better if protected from the sun.) He also wears a doo rag from my brother Mike. Doesn't he look ready to hop on his Harley? Especially with the smirk and evil eye. He didn't want his picture taken. That is how I really know we are back to normal here.

Something else back to normal: I finally have a new blog banner! It is a bit of a tease as I can't tell you much about the digital designer of those fantastic papers and elements, but I will soon! If you scrap hybrid or digitally you are in for a treat!

11 comments:

dianne said...

I think Jacob looks WAY cool!!!!!!

Jeanette said...

He looks like a tough little guy. :)

Karen said...

So glad to hear that things are getting back to normal. Normal is good. And Jacob is rockin' that doo rag! It's a great look for him. Love the new banner!

Mo said...

Yay for toys strewn all over!!!! He looks so *cool* in his doo rag. ;) Glad to hear things are getting back to normal! :)

Lorna Arlett said...

I'm glad Jacob is feeling much better, he looks great. Love the banner, need to get a new one ;)

Leslie Herbert said...

Biggest hugs on Jacob! He looks good Jen and I am so happy to see him looking soo good!

Jennifer said...

That is awesome news! So glad everything is going well for Jacob. :)

Cassandra said...

So glad Jacob is better!!!

tammy said...

he looks so bad-ass!
So glad he is feeling better!

Love the colors on the banner and the overall design! I just changed mine...pretty simple one for now.

Steph Hill said...

That's amazing! I am so glad to thing are "normal".

Cheri Pryor said...

I'm not sure how I missed all of this initially (probably because I was on vacation with no computer access) but I just want to say AGAIN how wonderful it is your son is feeling better. Praying for your family and that EVERYONE continues to heal...physically and emotionally.

((hugs))