Halloween was one of Dylan’s favorite holidays. So in his memory I made these pumpkins. Superman colors and purple for epilepsy.
Have you ever met an Angel?
My family and I were blessed with not only meeting an Angel, but actually blessed with one who lived with us 17 years. This Angel, was our teacher, preacher, bestfriend and brother to his siblings. He was our son, our dream, our song! Have you ever met an Angel? Mine was loving, kind, caring, and pure! He taught us unconditional Love, patience, passion and sacrifice! He showed us strength and courage and taught us how to believe, dream, persevere and even to forgive! Whenever I looked into his eyes, I seen the Face of Almighty God. Through his pain and suffering, he never cried, complained, or gave up! He taught us what it means to fight courageously every day of life! He showed us how to be servants of Love and Compassion! We had to wash and dress him, feed him, protect him and Love him with all our entire being! Have you ever met an Angel? Mine was the light and the Love of God himself; a beacon of light and hope in a dark and scary world! He was our guide our light, our comforter! Have you ever met an Angel? Our Angel was given to us for an appointed time. He was sent to teach us that Love is the strongest force in the Universe! He showed us that anger, pride, hate and envy aren’t the answer, but love is! Love for your fellow human being. No matter what! Have you ever met an Angel? Mine was the greatest Love in my entire life, a love that I just can’t start to explain! My world is a lot darker and a lot emptier today because my Angel had to return to heaven. He went to help prepare a place for each and everyone of his loved ones! My Angel was loved by thousands and he touched the hearts and lives of so many people. My Angel was sent to us for us to care for and protect and to Love him. Now my Angel has went home to the Almighty and now he watches over and helps guide and protects us! Have you ever met an Angel? Mine was my son, my song my light!
Dylan King I Love you and I will miss you, but I know that we’ll see each other again. You’ll run up to me and you’ll help me to stand, you’ll help dress me for heaven. You’ll be the one to show me around whenever my time is over here! I Love you son and I am going to miss you!
Written by his father.
He finally got his go talk 4 the other day. Now we can work on getting him to Express himself. He didn’t want his picture taken as you can tell. At least he is smiling in the one picture. I am so happy he is finally feeling better as well.
My Superman is growing up up to fast. I can’t believe how much he has changed. He is so handsome.
His doctor said he is doing much better today. He wants to see him back on Friday to see if he is still improving. So far he has been doing much better. Please continue to pray and send positive thoughts.
Superman is finally staring to like his niece Delilah. You can tell she loves him by the way she looks at him. I am not sure what he really thinks about her yet. The second picture is my favorite one.
Superman says thank you for all the get well, Birthday, st. Patrick’s day cards! Tuesday he starts at his new physical therapy center, he will be doing aquatics. I, think he will enjoy that because he has always enjoyed the water.
Superman would like to thank everyone for all the wonderful cards he has been getting. He continues to get stronger every day. He is still not walking on his own or eating a regular diet. Superman is still recieving most of his feeds through the nasal gastric tube. The rate he going he will never be on a regular diet. He likes to hold the yogurt, pudding, or applesauce in his mouth instead of swallowing it and ends coughing because of it. He is still getting breathing treatments as well.
Superman came home yesterday by ambulance. He is not cleared for car traveling yet. He still has his NG tube in and we have to cathe him now because one of his medications is causing him not to be able to urinate. So we had to get trained on the NG tube replacement and cathing him. Which is harder than we thought it would be. But we are home and that is all that matters. He seems to be adjusting to home life okay. Thanks for all the prayers and positive thoughts. Superman loves and appreciates all the love from everyone.
Superman decided he didn’t like the tube down his nose anymore so he removed it. He is getting a break from it right now, but at five it has to be replaced for for his feeding. I hope it goes well, because he he getting back to his bad self again. I can say one thing, I’m proud of how hard he is working in therapy. Please keep the prayers and positive thoughts coming.