Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Daddy's helper




6 comments:

Grandma W said...

Mountain Men!!!! When in Beaver you do Beaverish things like work the backhoe, right? Not only is daddy working; but he's having a great time doing it. Matthew loves getting on the backhoe and helping his dad backfill.

His life in Beaver in like another lifetime. He loves being around Tim, Tanji and the kids. They are so a big part of his family and so instrumental in his maturing. It is so good for him that it is worth being away from him for 3 days a week.

I'm a heart warrior! said...

Boy would it be an adventure to ride on something like THAT!

Likes Chocolate said...

I was watching some of the video on the side of your blog, and though I knew somewhere in my mind hospital bill could wipe out a family I guess it didn't really sink in till now. What could I do as a heart mom to help. Are there petitions out there. Do I need to write my congress man. Let me know what I can do to help. Then I will spread the word.

Terri@SteelMagnolia said...

Politican's don't care...
we spent 18 months writing..calling... testifying...

since none of this impacts them..
they don't care.
They will never have to worry about this kind of thing.

Likes Chocolate said...

Is there a support group in Nevada for CHD children ? I am really baffled that there is no national organization for us. We have a support group here, but it is not very effective. I am in the process of trying to change this, so that we can have a bigger voice. Maybe, the web would be a good tool out there to get letters out there to all these politician, so that they would have to listen. Maybe if we teamed up with some other organization such as cancer, CF, etc. it be a bigger voice.

Grandma Sue said...

I really love the pictures of Michael and Matthew enjoying time together whether it's work or play. Matthew seems to thrive up in that beautiful countryside where he can run and play and climb and just be a happy boy.

The colder the weather becomes, the nicer it will be to have a beautiful home of their own in the mountains.

Love to all. Grandma Sue