Wednesday, April 13, 2011

The Hungry Caterpiller

Sully loves this book so much he silently squeals when I read it.


  1. So cute Tara! Sully looks like he's going to burst with excitement! Great to read about his latest echo too....(and PS. I'm sure he inherited much of his brain from his mom too!) :-)

  2. Oh two look like you're having fun...I wish I was there with you. Nothing like squeals of joy to grow cells! And lots of toys there too to keep Sully busy...and you!

    I am so proud of you, Tara. What a mom.

    xox Nana

  3. Noah just gasped when I showed him this picture of you reading one of his favourites! He's very excited to see his baby cousin loving it and says he wants to read it to him.

    And I agree with Naomi...I've met this mama. She's a smart cookie that one.


  4. Tara,
    You don’t know me. My name is Carissa. I have been reading your blog for a couple weeks. I stumbled across it because I was looking for my friends blog whose baby boy (same age) was also born with CDH. He is staying at the Alberta Children’s Hospital. The strange thing is, that it turns out that my Mom actually knows a family member of yours (Arlene) and our whole family has been praying for you and your family for months. You are an amazing Mom and Sully is beautiful. My own son was born very premature, and we were in the NICU for 10 weeks, so I know a small bit of what you are going through. It is very difficult, draining, and it can be very lonely. I just want you to know that you are NOT alone. Carry on, Mama. You are doing a great job. But remember to take care of yourself.