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Paranoid!?!

September 17, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

Have you ever been there?  I guess this is a form of worry, but ever since our last Hospital visit with Jackson, I have not been sleeping well.  It’s almost like I dread the evenings coming because most of our bad experiences have happened in the late evening/early morning.  I find myself watching his every move, feeling to see if he is breathing ok, or checking to see if he has a fever.  It typically starts about the time he is wanting to go to sleep.  It almost seems as if I sleep with one eye open.  If I do by chance wake up, I always check on him.  I am hoping that this is a short lived phase that doesn’t linger so I can get some good sleep with confidence that he is ok.

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  1. September 17, 2008 at 7:45 pm

    God gave you this child and He has all of his days planned. This is when you learn to trust Him with what means the most to you! Children have a way of teaching you the biggest lessons in life! My prayers are with you. I had that feeling in the pit of my stomach for over a month as we tried to figure out what was going on with Josh so I can relate.

  2. Laura DeLeon
    September 18, 2008 at 12:15 am

    Hey there. My prayers are with you as well. When my son was a couple of weeks old, he was hospitalized with what ended up being nothing at all, but at the time they threw out all sorts of scary possibilities…..needless to say, I too went through what you are referring to; the constant checking and worrying. The severity of it will fade over time though. Don’t beat yourself up over this fear. It’s only a natural response to what has been going on, and as a parent. I wouldn’t even call it paranoia. That’s your baby 🙂 God bless!

  3. dangould
    September 18, 2008 at 7:16 am

    @ Cate and Laura – Thanks for the prayers and the encouragement. We know that God has big plans for Jackson even if those plans are to teach mom and dad more about faith.

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