This and "is there blood in it?" have become the most popular sayings in our house the past few weeks, since finding out our 3 year old daughter has crohn's. After saying it for the millionth time yesterday, I realized that this is now permanent in our household. Not only do we ask her but our 5 and 6 year old also. I was a little distraut at first hearing the news but I guess I have come to grips with it now. (somewhat) I have realized that there will be good and bad days. And some days, like lately, she will be using the bathroom more then she will be playing with her toys. I think she is stronger than me. She hardly ever complains. We will just have to appreciate the good days and get the most out of them. Since she is so young, the Dr. says she may build immunity and grow out of this. This is our prayer and I am asking everyone who prays t o help us. I believe God and am trusting in his healing power. Thank you.
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