Once upon a time in a land not so far away, a land that flowed with aquaphor and vaseline gauze, there lived a little baby boy named Jonah.
And for some reason that only God understood, people all over the land loved him. People all over the whole world just prayed and prayed for him - people from most of the United States and places far, far away like Germany, Australia, India, China, Pakistan, and even the United Arab Emirates. For some reason, Jonah had stolen their hearts and had them wrapped around his itsy bitsy finger. (We say for some reason that only God understood, but Jonah's mommy thinks she understood a little bit, because she felt the same way that all of them did, and she fell more and more in love with him every day).
And one day, after so much praying and praying, Jonah had a perfect day.
It all started when mommy and daddy arrived at the hospital around 9:30 in the morning. Mommy got him out of bed when they arrived, and his family snuggled him ALL DAY LONG.
First, he got mommy and daddy snuggles.
Then, he got snuggles from...
and finally, Aunt Shaina.
He took all of his bottles like a champ.
He spent many hours with his eyes open, lovingly gazing at his parents. He spent the whole day pain free and content.
And finally, when the time came for his bandage changes, his mommy put him in bed (for the first time in 11 hours) and prayed over him. And all the people all over the world prayed for him. And guess what? God heard each and every prayer, and He answered them with a big, fat okey dokey. And Jonah was pain free during the whole ordeal. He got his hair washed and looked just as cute as a button.
And then his mommy kissed him, and he smiled.
It was the perfect day everyone had been waiting for. And then Jonah's mommy and daddy went home thanking God for the wonderful day He had given them and thanking all the people in all the world who had prayed that it would happen.
And little baby Jonah fell fast asleep, dreaming of the day he could come home, and have the very same kind of day in his own house, in his own clothes, with a little Deac-the-dog lovin' mixed in. And he thought to himself, "Maybe that day is not too far away."