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God is Real

I want to share an experience I had this past week that was by far the scariest thing I have ever gone through; and how it further confirmed my testimony in my God and Savior.

The last few weeks our family has gone through all the head colds and yucky sicknesses going around. Claire was the last to catch it for us, and was having fevers that lasted, so I decided to take her in to get checked just in case. She ended up having an ear infection in her left ear and they gave her some anti biotics. Β This last Wednesday, when she was almost done with the 10 day anti-biotic regime, she spiked a high fever, but this time it was 104.6. She didnt have any other symptoms, other than the congestion she already had for weeks and being tired from being so hot. I called the nurse hotline for their doctor and asked if I should bring her in. They said to see if it comes down with fever reducing meds and monitor it. If it didnt bring down the fever, bring her in, but that regardless, I should schedule an appointment tomorrow to be seen just in case. Luckily the medicine worked and her fever went back down and we didnt have any issues that night other than an occasional cranky wake up. The next morning she seemed pretty normal and only had a low grade fever, but I felt I should still bring her in just in case, and booked her for the first appointment her doctors office had that day. Her primary doctor was not in for the day, but I have seen almost all of the doctors in that office, so it wasn’t an issue. I had a feeling she probably had an ear infection in the other ear or something, nothing too crazy.
In an hour from me taking her low grade fever temp, to sitting in the office and being called back she felt really hot. They took her temperature and it was back up to 104. They hurriedly gave her some motrin and ran a flu swab to see if she had caught the flu. While waiting for the results, the doctor came in and was talking with me about any additional symptoms and checked her lungs and things looked good. She was going to check on the flu status (which ended up being negative) and then finish the rest of the check up. She was almost out the door when I looked at Claire in my arms (who had been pretty much sleeping in my arms) and her eyes rolled into the back of her head and she started seizing. I freaked out and said “um she’s acting weird!” and the doctor turned around and said “she’s having a febrile seizure!” I frantically asked what should I do and she said to lay Claire down on her side on the table and the doctor called people to come help her into the office. Claire stopped seizing but was just limp, and I heard the doctor say “she’s not breathing! Get the crash cart and the oxygen!” She had been so congested that when she started seizing, mucous plugged her airway and was causing her to turn blue. At that point about 5-6 nurses and doctors rushed in and were working hard. I watched the doctor use several different nasal machines to suck out the mucus before they finally had to get a tiny tube and shove it down her nostrils and into her throat and turn the machine on to super suck it out. She started turning pink again. This whole time I am just standing in the back of the room bawling my eyes out and trying to not be in the way so they can work on making sure Claire is okay. When Claire was breathing, they monitored her oxygen to make sure it was coming back up and called an ambulance to take her to Texas Children’s to do some more tests. Febrile seizures shouldn’t usually cause kids to turn blue and not breathe, so they wanted to make sure there wasn’t an additional underlying cause. While waiting for the ambulance they monitored Claire, who was barely conscious and when she was awake, she was looking right through me. It was like she didnt even recognize me. Finally she just fell asleep and the doctors continued making sure her airways were clear and her oxygen levels were rising. (Her oxygen kept going up and down, so they were being vigilant in keeping up with it). The doctor checked her ears and her right ear looked like it had a bad ear infection, so she said she was going to recommend switching anti biotics, but will wait until she is seen at the ER in case they have a different diagnosis. It was at this point I finally got ahold of Adam and told him what was going on. He had a later work day so he was home getting Bailey from pre-school. Once the EMTs get there they get Claire hooked up to their monitors (who was now awake and knew who I was and crying for me) and ask me to grab my car seat from the van. I was a mess running through the lobby, sobbing, to go grab the car seat and come back. The nurse and doctor were so kind to me and asking if I needed anything, which only made me cry harder and I kept saying I would be fine. I had to shove all the feelings back down so I could get into the ambulance and to the ER and keep it together for Claire. I calmed down a bit in the ambulance and the EMT was being so kind and gentle with me and explaining febrile seizures and what to do when it happens and how to help with fevers etc. He had such a calming presence. Claire was not happy about being in the ambulance in the new environment. In fact she made it a point to yell at the EMT and gave him a piece of her mind. The EMT said this was a good sign and chuckled.

We got checked into the ER and vitals were taken and we were set up in a room. I called Adam and he said he was on his way and that he called into work and that his mom was going to watch Bailey. I was so thankful for that. I needed Adam with me so I could share my feelings and not carry this on my own. Claire was so tired and angry and hungry and just not happy. She wouldn’t let me sit and I had to hold her a certain way, so my 30 week pregnant body took a beating that’s for sure. But the adrenaline was still pretty fresh, so it hadn’t hit me quite yet. They came in and checked vitals and after a few hours finally came in and gave her an anti biotic shot in her leg and eventually we were discharged. When we were getting the discharge papers, the nurse told me to make sure and call the doctor from the office because she kept calling the er over and over. I thanked her and left. When we were driving to the office to pickup the van, I called the doctor and she told me to turn back around and go straight to the ER. She said she was frustrated because she ordered them to do some lab tests and they never did. She said the EMT never relayed the fact that she had turned blue after the seizure, so they didnt do the necessary tests, and she felt it was very important for us to turn around. I said okay and we turned around, a bit shaken up. We get there and they made us reregister and sit in the waiting room and wait, which was really frustrating. At this point the motrin was starting to wear off and her fever was climbing again, which was really freaking me out. I told the nurse and explained that she had just had a febrile seizure a couple hours ago and needed more fever meds. It took them foreeeeever. Claire started shivering and then I started turning into a blubbery mess and Adam was finally able to get a nurse to take us seriously about getting her some meds. Then we were taken back to get chest x-rays done to check that she didnt aspirate into her lungs when she was blue, and also to rule out pneumonia. Afterwards we sat for another couple hours before the er doctor finally came in and said she looked good. She said she didnt want to take blood because she felt Claire looked fine. She prescribed an antibiotic for the ear infection. We thanked her and left. Adam took me to the van and I left to go fill the prescription and Adam went to go pick up Bailey. At this point it was after 5pm. Claire appointment had been at 9:30am. It was a long day. And poor Bailey didnt know what was going on and she missed us all and knew there were crazy emotions going on (she is very sensitive to emotions) so she was a bit of a wreck too. When we were finally all home, I got a call from the doctor in the office asking how Claire was doing and that she wanted to see her the next morning and do some blood labs just in case. I agreed, and then that night we monitored fever meds and made sure she had something every few hours. Luckily Adam’s work said to take Friday off as well if he needed, which he did. I went to get Claire her labs, which was an ordeal in itself. Thankfully it was only a finger prick, but then they had to squeeze enough out to fill the little tube. I broke out in a sweat wrestling her for 5 minutes with her screaming bloody murder while the needle guy got his blood. Whew this girl is freakishly strong! They reswabbed for the flu, which was still negative, and then they needed a urine sample, so they stuck a baggy to her in her diaper and we waited foreeeever. They said I could go home and bring it back later if I needed. Thankfully we did. After being home for about an hour she finally peed and bit and I raced it to their office before they closed for lunch. I got a phone call from the doctor saying everything looked good, and that she may have had a virus on top of the ear infection, which could have also caused the fever spike, but that ultimately it seemed to be the ear infection. She said to just monitor her fevers and if anything changes then bring her back in. Since she has had one, she has more of a tendency to have them in the future now, so we will be making sure her fevers are monitored for a while!

Luckily she is now doing well and improving and been fever free for almost 2 days, and back to her joyful funny self.

This whole experience has been pretty traumatic….but I have felt such an outpouring of love and support from family and those around me. Checking in on us and helping us and praying for us. We have definitely felt it. I have such a strong testimony that God is real, even more so now after going through all of this. The night before Claire had her seizure, Adam had given her a blessing and it said that she would full recovery and be okay, and that her doctors will be inspired to help her as I listen to the spirit guide me. Well that was fulfilled. I had a feeling to bring her in, and happened to be in the doctors office when she had her seizure. Because she stopped breathing and the great effort it took to clear out the mucous, there is no way I would have been able to do that at home. It was a miracle. Claire is here today with us because of the Lord guiding me and her doctor to take the right action in the right moment. I am so grateful for His love and watching out for me and my little family.

I have a testimony of my Savior Jesus Christ, and that He not only knows exactly how I feel because of His Atonement, but He has sent people to me to help me and comfort me and bring peace during this time. Adam being number one. I couldn’t have done this without Adam by my side. Seeing him enter the ER gave me so much relief. The many kind and inspired words of others helping me through this is one I wont forget as well.

I still struggle with flashbacks. Images in my head of her seizing in my arms and limp on the table. It takes my breath away and I have to fight not to burst into tears. I am fighting urges to become a hermit and never let my kids back out in the world of sicknesses and harm…(in fact even going to church is a struggle, and I only made it through the first hour today…but baby steps). I have to learn to trust in the Lord and have faith. To remember to listen to the spirit guide me and I will never be alone. Because we are all never alone. Ever. We just need to turn to His open arms and let them envelope us, because they are always outstretched and waiting.

I am thankful for the things I have learned through this harrowing experience. And now I am off to go snuggle my girls and smooch their adorable faces.

These are our Bits O’ Bertoch.

Cassie Bertoch

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Is it already February?

I feel like 2016 is already going so fast! I blinked and we are in February, I am 30 weeks pregnant, Adam is in his last semester, and Bailey is almost 2. What the heck?! But we have sure been busy. Bailey is my bundle of energy…something I wish she would share with her huge momma from time to time…but I think she enjoys running ahead of me and watching me sprint after her as much as I can haha. She is getting so big. She is still talking up a storm, but starting to form sentences, which is adorable. She will wake up from her nap and look right into the baby monitor and go “Momma where are you!?”, or she will hear a big truck go by, or a bird and say “Momma, what is that sound?” I have to do a double take sometimes when I realize this cute little voice is coming from my baby Bailey! She also has started to introduce me to people. She will point to me and say “This is My Momma!” and then give me a huge hug and kiss….cue me melting into a puddle on the floor. She is so fun to be with. She is my partner in crime while Daddy is gone all day, so we try to keep busy. We go to library reading clubs, swimming, toddler gym classes, and student run toddler communicating classes near campus. She loves it! My little social bug. When we go to the car she will say “See my friends?” and it melts my heart. I cannot wait until her little sister is born so she will always have a fun little companion. I am sure it will be quite the change though when we bring Claire home! But she is so sweet when she sees other babies…so I am not stressing too much πŸ™‚ I know it will be harder to chase two around, but I am still looking forward to having both my girls in my arms and a full range of motion haha.

Adam is in the home stretch! He is working so hard for us and getting prepared for all the milestones coming up. I am so proud of him. I cant say it enough. He is such a good daddy and husband and I appreciate it so much when he walks through the door after a long day and still is willing to jump in with bed time routines and gives lots of hugs and kisses. I think Bailey breaks the speed record when she sees her daddy walk through the door. I love it so much. He took his LMFT licensure exam a couple weeks ago and we are still waiting for results, but I have no doubt that he passed with flying colors. I know he is excited for the day when he goes to one location for work and then comes home for dinner every night haha instead of going in three diff directions all hours of the day/night. But everything is a time and a season πŸ™‚ We are making things work πŸ™‚ That’s how life goes πŸ™‚

I have been spoiled lately as well…my Mema sent me a beautiful kitchen aid, and I am in heaven! I have been baking up a storm! I think Claire has quite the sweet tooth haha. I love trying new recipes and feeling like Betty Crocker lol. Bailey loves trying to help me in the kitchen. I need to get one of those kitchen help toddler stools one of these days so she can be right there with me! But she also has her own little kitchen and food that she feeds Adam and I πŸ™‚ It is adorable. She particularly loves the muffins and the milk carton in the play food kit haha.

I am so blessed. I know these next few months are going to be super crazy, but we can get through anything together with family and with God πŸ™‚ And the Lord knows I am going to need every bit of it!

These are our Bits O’ Bertoch.

Cassie Bertoch

 

 

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And Then There Were 4……

WE’RE PREGNANT!!!

We couldn’t be more excited. This pregnancy has been quite the difference experience than we had with Bailey. Some scary beginnings.

We knew we wanted to have kids closer together, and since it had taken a year to get pregnant with Bailey, we weren’t sure what kind of time frame to be expecting. So in May I decided to get off birth control and see what happens. On June 23 I had a positive pregnancy test, the day of my missed period.

I was shocked and ecstatic! I ran to show Adam and we jumped for joy and kissed and hugged and preceded to let close family know. We felt so blessed that it was on the first try! Not having so many months of tears and rejection. I scheduled a doctors apt, and the soonest they had was in August.

Then on the 4th of July, I went to the bathroom and realized I had bleeding, like I would if I were on my period. I froze. Probably just stood there for a good 5 minutes wondering what to think. I had some slight cramping as well that would be usual to my cycle.Β I cried and cried.Β Adam and I prayed and he administered a blessing, and we both felt peace and comfort that regardless of this information, everything was okay. I decided to have faith and carry on.

A week or so later I went to the clinic to get on Medicaid for this pregnancy and had to take a pregnancy test. It was negative. Again. Frozen. Confused. The lady reassured me that their tests just weren’t as strong and to come back in a week or so. So I went in a week later. Still negative. I went home and took a test on the ones I had. Negative. I cried and screamed and didnt understand. I felt pregnant. I had had comfort and peace. What is happening???!!!! I didnt want to talk to anyone about it other than Adam. No one really knew what was going on because I was afraid to say it out loud. But again Adam and I prayed and pleaded for some answers and we were again told that everything would be okay and to have faith and endure.

I had a really hard time. I knew with all my heart that this was supposed to happen and that a little person was supposed to join our family. I thought about going to get an early ultrasound or get a blood test done to prove pregnancy. But something always stopped me. This little voice in my heart said I needed to have faith and wait this out until my doctors appointment. Adam and I had some very special feelings and instructions from the Lord during this period of time, so I decided to turn my heart and will to Him and just carry on as if nothing scary had happened.

When we went in for a doctors visit, I told them the date I had assumed my last period was (before the bleeding happened and on the day I had had that first pregnancy positive) and they said I should be 12 weeks. They prepped me for the ultrasound and come to find out…I was only 6 weeks. I wasn’t miscarrying or anything like that, just that I was only 6 weeks along. I was shocked. I should be 12 weeks from that first positive. What did this mean? Did I miscarry before?

I don’t know what the answer was. But I do know this. I am grateful. I am grateful that I was able to have Adam with me. I am grateful that we were actually pregnant even if we were not as far as I calculated. I am grateful that I hadn’t tried other means of proving pregnancy because it would have come out as negative, and I don’t think my heart could have taken it. I am grateful for the faith I have and for the ability to have personal revelation from the Lord.

I had planned to announce today after my ultrasound all along…but seeing the new information,Β I went back and forth with if I should. But I am ready to celebrate. I am ready to shout it to the rooftops! I have peace in knowing this is right and that things will be okay. So I am jumping in with both feet.

WE ARE PREGNANT! Due April 12, 2016. Just 8 days before Bailey’s 2nd birthday. I cant freaking wait.

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These are our Bits O’ Bertoch.

Cassie Bertoch

 

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My Perfect Bailey

So Bailey had her 2 month appointment today with her pediatrician (who I LOOOOOVE btw, anyone who goes to the Intermountain Layton Clinic, Dr. Aird is seriously the best) and she had her shots today. She did so good! She wasn’t sure how to feel about the oral vaccine taste haha but she gulped it all down, and when they gave her her shots she only cried for maybe 30 seconds and then fell asleep in my arms. Poor little thing. I did give her some infant tylenol about a half hour before, so I know that helped a ton. Her dr also checked her out with height, weight, lungs, neck strength, head shape etc. and he said she was one perfect little girl πŸ™‚ For not being a huge fan of tummy time he said she was so strong! Plus he said the shape of her head is beautiful (I was worried about flatness issue) but everything checked out. She is 23.8 inches long and weighs 11.01 pounds. She is 50% in weight and 91% in height haha so I am thinking we may have a tall girl coming our way πŸ™‚ Of course with me being only 5’2, tall is subjective for me lol. Since being home she is def a bit more fussy and clingy to me, and I can tell she just isn’t feeling too hot since her shots, so she is getting tylenol when she can and cuddling up with momma today!

Adam’s last day of work is coming up this Friday and we can’t be more excited for quality family time and getting in the moving mindset. Of course being the planner that I am, I already have a bunch of checklists to do before and after we move haha. I can’t help it….I gotta be organized! lol.

I knowΒ Adam is excited to be able to have more daddy/Bailey time as well, specially since I am so spoiled and get her all the time! She is my little sidekick! I went to the park with her last night with Danny and we had a good old time. I know she wants to play and makes friends so badly. I don’t want her to grow up and leave my arms 😦 such is life though. I will cherish these times now! I know Adam has already been researching Lubbock and the different parks and places we can go with Bailey as a family and make fun memories. Did I say yet that being a mom is the best????

P.S. My Pepa went through neck surgery and he is doing good, but I know many prayers would be much appreciated!!!

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These are our Bits O’ Bertoch.

Cassie Bertoch

 

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It’s Beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

So as much as I feel unprepared for Christmas this year – I feel like we just had Halloween!- things are finally starting to catch up! I made some cute homemade Christmas cards this year, so that was fun πŸ™‚ I only made a few though because they took alot more work than I thought! haha. I also wrote our Christmas letter for the year, which will be included in a later post πŸ™‚

We decorated the living room with the tree and all the extra pretty decorations a few weeks ago and it is gorgeous! I love when things are all put up and it just seems even more toasty and fun πŸ™‚ My mom got some santa sleighs made out of gingerbread cookies to build! They were adorable! Me, Danny, my Mom, and Adam all made one with our own little style and it was super cute. My mom didnt put enough frosting on hers though so it kind of fell apart as she was making it though. 😦 although to her defense…she was also busy making her famous delicious chocolate chip cookies at the same time.

Aj and my Dad were working on Aj’s eagle project. He is so close to being done! We are all so proud of him. Him and my dad have been two peas in a pod getting that taken care of. For his project he is implementing a neighborhood emergency plan for who is in dire need of medical attention first. Each home will get a packet of a cd with .pdfs of a safety briefing and helpful tools for food and supply storage, as well an assortment of different colored papers with words on them for immediate attention, no attention needed, death, etc. They then include a door hanger that they can hang the appropriate paper on the door if something happens. It is pretty genius! He turns 16 this Feb, and his goal was to get his eagle by the time he was 16, so it looks like he is completing that goal πŸ™‚ So proud.

This last week Adam and I attended a Child Prep class at the hospital where I am planning on delivering. It was an 8 hour class on Saturday so Adam was able to be there with me, and I am so glad he was! We learned so much about the pregnancy process and birth and what to expect and to look for etc. It brought us closer together too I think πŸ™‚ We learned relaxation techniques and things to help labor along and everything. I know it will still not be easy, but I feel so much more prepared. It is hard when I have no idea what to expect from my body, since it has never done this before lol. I know my mom had to have all c-sections, so I dont know. Knowledge is power though, so I know that with the things Adam and I have learned and are continually learning, we will get through no matter what happens πŸ™‚ We are in the process of making my birth plan, so it def makes it feel closer and closer! I love feeling her move around and kick inside me. Such a comforting feeling believe it or not. Haha at church yesterday we stayed for choir and she was kicking so much when she heard the men sing and when Adam said the prayer. She loves those deep voices, and her daddy’s voice for sure πŸ˜‰

I am excited for the upcoming holidays and spending time with family πŸ™‚ It is really a magical time of year πŸ™‚

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These are our Bits O’ Bertoch.

Cassie Bertoch

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Sunsets and Dandelion Fields

Adam had a bad bout of food poisoning for the last couple days and is finally recovering. He was getting cabin fever pretty bad so we went, along with Celine and Lisa, to watch the sunset. Adam found a beautiful spot with some dandelion fields. I had flip flops on…but I still wanted to pick one of those awesome big dandelions! So Celine gave me a piggy back ride….but we ended up falling into the fields and got lots of pokies…it was quite the ordeal! Then Adam and I realized that we had our baseball gloves in the car, so we played catch until the sun went down. Loved it. πŸ™‚

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These are our Bits O’ Bertoch.

Cassie Bertoch

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iFitness!

So Natalie and I (she is the main instructor for the iFitness class at iJump) got official iJump tank tops for the iFitness class! I def feel legit now haha. Plus this last week I taught the class since Natalie had a sinus infection and wasn’t feeling too hot. I loooove teaching that class, it is so fun, and def kicks butt! Anyone wanting to have a fun sweat, come Wednesday nights from 9-10 πŸ˜‰ I will be the one in the awesome black tank top πŸ˜‰ haha.

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These are our Bits O’ Bertoch.

Cassie Bertoch

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Juicing for Health!

No…I do not mean steroid use…I mean juicing fruits and vegetables πŸ™‚

Adam and I were watching this documentary on Netflix called “Hungry for Change” about nutrition and all of the different vitamins and minerals our bodies need, and they recommended juicing to help get them. Obviously there are extreme people who only juice and dont eat other things, that is not what Adam and I feel is best…but we do feel juicing is important. We went and got a simple juicer from Walmart and tried it out.

Oh my goodness. I feel great! We just have some juice in the morning with breakfast and it gives us energy for the day and it makes us feel full and fulfilled πŸ™‚ I found some cool recipes online, but so far our favorites include: celery/kale/spinach/grapes/apples, and ginger root/lemon/apple/carrot/celery, and spinach/strawberries/pineapple/cucumber. They taste very sweet and fresh, and the juicer leaves no pulp, so I am one happy camper. What is nice is the fact that I can make some juice the night before and drink it for breakfast before work to give me energy πŸ™‚ Adam says it has helped him not feel as groggy before his tests and internship/classes. We do still eat fruits and vegetables and our usual food, but the juicing helps give us the extra oomph for our bodies, and it feels awesome. I am super stoked about it and eagerly trying new recipes for different tastes πŸ™‚ I know the juice doesnt look appetizing…but I promise it is delicious πŸ™‚

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haha plus, when I have days at work with tons of birthday parties….I def need to have a good meal to keep me going….this is tomorrow…wish me luck! haha

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These are our Bits O’ Bertoch.

Cassie Bertoch

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FHE – iJump! Heads Under Heels

So this week we decided to have our activity for FHE at iJump! I am off today, so I could jump with my super cute hubby and enjoy it πŸ˜‰ We didnt have as formal of a lesson this week, but we did learn about the word of wisdom in church yesterday, and we also had an pretty deep spiritual discussion in bed last night…so that kind of counted for that. We were on a bit of a time crunch tonight with Adam’s homework. But we had a super fun time. It is not usually too packed on the weekdays, so we had most of the facility to ourselves. We played dodgeball with the people that were there and had a blast. Then some kids taught adam and I how to do a back flip into the foam pits and we totally nailed it! Both of us! (Hence the title today for “heads under heels” haha) It was our first ever back flip experience….we felt pretty cool not gunna lie haha. Haha it was weird for me to be at work but not clocked in working, but overall it was nice to have a date night with Adam and be able to jump in a room full of trampolines…everyone’s dream right? haha.

These are our Bits O’ Bertoch.

Cassie Bertoch

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iJump Idaho Trampoline Park Staff!

So I have finally found a job! And it is the one I had wanted to begin with! iJump is a trampoline park in Idaho Falls that offers rooms full of trampolines, foam pits, dodgeball areas, and even rooms for birthday parties! They have even started offering an areobics class on the trampolines! It is an “air”obics class haha. It is on Thursday nights from 9-10.

I had applied for a job there around July, but they had already filled all the openings. However, last week they had one open up so they called me in, interviewed me, and I got the job! It is a part time position and they not only want me to help with the front desk and monitoring the trampoline area for safety, but they also want me to be a second instructor for the trampoline aerobics class! I am working with the lady who has all the routines for the class and I am going to be helping her out and splitting the class into two groups as needed. I am so excited! This is exactly the kind of job I wanted. Fun environment, good people, and a chance to use not only my minor with exercise sports science, but they also asked me to help with marketing…so I can use my communications degree as well! I am seriously so happy. Plus it is really not a bad commute, only maybe 25 minutes and it is right off the highway.

Adam is super supportive and happy for me for getting a job that I can do well in and that I actually enjoy. Plus this is a busy semester for him while he is applying to masters programs, so the hours of me being gone during nights and weekends are not as hard as they could be. I am just so grateful for this opportunity and I know the Lord is blessing me πŸ™‚

iJump Idaho is super fun! So come in and check it out πŸ™‚ Here is their website for info on pricing, hours, and an online waiver πŸ™‚

http://www.ijumpidaho.com/

These are our Bits O’ Bertoch.

Cassie Bertoch

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