Monday, December 17, 2007

Christmas FHE

Last Monday, our friends, Tiffani and Andrew Morgan, invited us to their family's home for FHE. We had an amazing dinner, followed by singing and a reenactment of the Nativity story.
It was hilarious watching Grandpa and Rob try to fit into the children's costumes . . . it's a good thing the costumes were stretchy.

Cordon, the Wise Man

Andrew and Carson

Me chillin' with Carson (sorry Tiffani, I stole this from your site)
The whole family packed up and caravaned to a nearby neighborhood that's decked out in Christmas lights and decorations. We each had hot chocolate and a bag of cookies to snack on while strolling down the street. There were probably five or more kinds of hot chocolate to choose from back at the house (Scott had caramel, and I had peppermint), and three different kinds of homemade cookies! They were so good.




P.S. Just to keep everyone informed . . . Scott and I have decided to go ahead with Clomid. After much research and prayer, we feel this is the best way to go. If I take the antibiotic, the risk of harming my body is greater than my chances of getting TB in the first place. INH can cause liver damage and possibly hepatitis. I don't want to risk my health by taking the antibiotic if it ends up not being necessary. Thanks for all of your words of comfort and prayers, and I'm sorry I had such a major pity party on my blog (However, I must admit that as soon as I finished typing it, I felt a whole lot better. I really needed to vent).


  1. I am so glad that you were able to join us for such a fun night, you described it much better than I. In the picture of the four of us it looks like you aren't wearing shoes at all! Also, I think that you are making a good decision to go ahead with Clomid, maybe you'll have good news soon!

  2. I'm so excited for you and your potential with Clomid...we'll continue to keep you in our prayers. Good Luck!

  3. Liz, I wish you could be there too! But Rob and I might move to Sacramento so we can start doing our own Danville stuff and convince other people to move out there too.

  4. Human episodes are no "pity party"It's very encouraging that one as pretty, and happy as you are have off moments; and you are confident enough to share them!

    Great decision about the Clomid!

    SD Perrymans

  5. i am so glad that you decided to go with the clomid!


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