Tagged: Selah in Heaven

Selah in Heaven: But I’m Cute

How can you deny the facts? Whenever a kid does something mischievous with a smile, it’s hard not to see the cuteness behind it. I say it’s a self defense mechanism.

Selah in Heaven: Never Sleep on the Job

Kids can be pretty mischievous. I fear sleeping while my children at home are awake. Im pretty sure my Selah is thesame as the ones at home. Never sleep on the job. Stay tuned for next Friday’s edition to see how this story unfolds. Selah in Heaven is a weekly comic strip dedicated to my daughter who resides in eternity. My wife and I like to tell stories to each other about what we think she is doing now. Thus the strip was born. Feel free to share on your social media, and be sure to check back every Friday.

Building a Family: When Everything Suddenly Changes

We now return to our regular programming. This is the final chapter in Building a Family. After having four children, Ashlee and I were scared to show much intimacy to each other. All four of them were within 2 years of each other. This left 6 months for recovery from C-sections, and 9 months for the next to be born give or take a few months in between. Basically, one of us were too fertile. ┬áIt didn’t help that we were now members of a catholic hospital. It was only a matter of time before Selah was born at 28 weeks gestation. Ashlee was in labor on magnesium for 48 hours. The IV had her like a zombie. The doctors finally decided that there was nothing they could do to stop the labor. They prepped the operating table. Out of all our births, this one was the most….. interesting? The anesthesiologist did her work in numbing Ashlee’s body, and the doctors got to work. Radio music was blaring in the background with the OB singing along. Total Eclipse of the Heart. They found a tear in Ashlee’s uterus where Selah was peaking her hand through. If they would not have...

Selah in Heaven: Welcome Home

It’s Friday again. I know I’m late, but I didn’t want to miss today’s strip. It is dedicated to a very special lady who passed on into eternity this week. Congratulations Grandma Harper. You’ll be missed on this side, but we look forward to the day we can meet you over there. Keep Selah out of trouble! Who am I kidding. You’ll be placing “kick me” signs on angels’ backs right along with her.