Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Sage's Bad Dream

Before I get to the bad dream, I have to tell you about Stellan. Remember him? He had a heart condition in utero that the doctors were sure he would die of? And then he was born full term and completely healthy?

He is having high heart rates again. He could really use our prayers. He is two weeks older than Levi. I can't imagine. I just can't imagine. Their family needs our prayers. Pray now and then finish reading my post. Go on, I'll wait.

Sage woke up crying this morning about 4:45. He said he had a bad dream. I asked him about it but he didn't really want to talk about it. We prayed for Jesus to take his bad thoughts away and then I started talking to him about his birthday party, in July. Anyway, it worked. He calmed down and went back to sleep.

This morning, he told Drew, "In my bad dream, you told me I couldn't have my brackets!"

His brackets are his NCAA tourney bracket he filled out. We all filled one out and watched the games last weekend and kept track of who is picking the right teams. Every time a game came on he would ask if it was a bracket game. He is totally losing.


  1. he's drew's son... lol! that is super cute! it's funny what gives our kids a fright! sooo cute! poor guy! did you guys have a good laugh at that one?! lol...

  2. Caught up on Stellan and rejoice at their faith while weeping in identification....Praying again for God to be glorified no matter what!

    Is Sage a bit competitive? Most kids don't even know what brackets are, do they?

    Love you all,

  3. gretchen from lifenutThu Mar 26, 12:15:00 PM

    Thanks for the heads-up regarding Stellan. I have followed his situation since last summer, but hadn't read his mommy's blog since last week. Wow. Things change, but God doesn't.

    Prayers for Stellan. Such a sweet little guy, and I join you in the "can't imagine" club... :(

    Cute story about the dream, though.

  4. Sage is so stinkin' funny. I hope you turn your blog into a book for the boys. I did that for Lucy and Asher up to last year and need to do it again. Won't they love reading these stories?


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