Update on Christian’s eyes, and why I believe there’s a God
It’s been a crazy week. On Wednesday my wife and I took our son Christian to Albuquerque to see an eye doctor for children. Our son is six months old now and we noticed a few weeks after he was born that he had a lazy eye. At first we didn’t think too much of it, but then the other eye started to get lazy. Sometimes he would go cross eyed. Long story short, the doctor said that we can try glasses for six weeks but if the crossing of the eyes isn’t corrected by then, he’ll need surgery, otherwise he could lose his vision.
The office didn’t take our insurance, so we ended up running all over the place to find a place that would take our insurance to pay for the lenses. The doctor’s office was hardly any help. They should have been better prepared on that front.
Isaac’s doing well. He’s taking a nap right now. One of the ways that I know there’s a God is because He created toddlers with a need for naps.
Coincidence or divine mercy?
I choose to believe the latter.