Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Light on a hill family night

Last night I talked about being a light on a hill. We turned off all the lights off so the house would be all dark and lit one candle and played the church song. Each kid took a turn holding the candle to brighten up the room. Each kid took it very seriously. It was super cute to watch till it came to linkies turn:) he did a great job... Till his arms got tired and then put it underneath his face and somehow the candle shadowed a creepy face and everyone screamed and started laughing:) which he just loved and then started making funny scary faces. Linkie is always so funny!!!!!! Great night with the family:)

Monday, September 29, 2014

Expanding our Love with Lily




























Louie Day


 Louie Day
After church we had our Louie day! A day full of all of Louie's favorite things. Bubbles, Scooters, Bikes, Vroom- Vroom, and we topped if off with Chocolate cake. He was the king for the day and it has been one of our favorite family traditions that we love to do before the next baby comes home... I really hope and pray that Louie will make a smooth transition when Baby Lily comes. He loves to be the baby... I just hope he loves to be the big brother...
During our Louie day some of the neighborhood kids came over. And the kids really wanted to just have our own family time. It made me happy to know that they love their family and would rather be with Louie then be with friends. I felt proud of them of our family and the relationship they share.








Sunday, August 10, 2014

CARNIVAL PICS

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The Fair comes to town for a week... 
And Kim and I wanted to a cute photoshoot with our cute girls. 
So glad we did.
Im excited to come back next year with Lily. 
Sorry for the picture over load...



























Why I Blog

"I promise that if you will keep your journals and records, they will indeed be a source of great inspiration to your families, to your children, your grandchildren, and others, on through the generations. Each of us is important to those who are near and dear to us and as our posterity reads of our life's experiences, they, too, will come to know and love us. And in that glorious day when our families are together in the eternities, we will already be acquainted."
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