Life, Faith and Urban Farming

The life and happenings of an unconventional pastor and urban farmer living in the city with a family of five.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Micah


Micah is now at that stage of amazing development when he starts crawling, walking, talking, and eating lots of solid food in about a month or two period of time. We've had a lot of fun with him, he's an amazing kid. He's much more laid back than Teah was (thank goodness).

I've really missed out on blogging over the past few months. There have been so many things to write about that I've not written anything. I'll have to post some before and after pictures of our back porch that collapsed a month ago. It was not a full collapse, only the floor. I've worked on it a lot over the past month and have almost completely rebuilt the structural supports.

The big problem is that the back porch was the last major lead infested area of our house. Construction work on a house always stirs it up. We just had Micah checked and he is very high. Pray that his lead level will go down very quickly as we continue to take every precaution, and now that all the lead is gone from the back porch.

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