This post is full of unorganized pictures from the past few months, but it will tell you that our household of outlandish characters are alive and well. The days fly by and the evenings are taken up with caring for a baby, making sure that he is well stocked up for the night.
Don't you just love it when you walk into the room and this is what greets you? Toys, glasses, and hats on the baby...at least the baby hasn't been moved out of the room, but I put nothing past Tyler.
Celebrating Easter at my parents. It never fails to amaze me that with their four daughters (and no sons) they have ten grandsons and only one granddaughter. Olivia handles it all very well though.
Having dear friends over is such a treat - it takes me a long time after a baby is born to have people over again. Does anyone else have this? I am not sure if it is tiredness or what but it always takes more time to get into a schedule than I think it will.
This week the members of our church look forward to moving into our new church that was built. A lot of hard work from many members of the congregation have gone into this big project. Here is a look from the back of the churches. You can see the old one in front. In a few weeks time the old church will be torn down and our boys want to be there for that great excitement.
I have been proof reading a lot of books on raising godly sons. These books all have wonderful ideas, and good advice but what it always comes down to is prayer; that our sons may be tender warriors with teachable hearts for our Lord and that we as parents may be wise with our dealings with these young children entrusted into our care.
This little guy puts me on a roller coaster of emotions every single hour that he is awake.