You are as much serving God in looking after your own children, and training them
up in God’s fear, and minding the house, and making your household a church for
God, as you would be if you had been called to lead an army to battle for the Lord of
hosts. Charles Spurgeon
Uneventful (Thank goodness) rest of the week
DH's trip was uneventful, and I was able to give the whole house a good, thorough, well needed cleaning.
DH saw something like this on the internet, and thought it was great, not standing up on the table is a drawback he had complained about. Wes thinks he helped build this creation.
I, personally, do not use this form of technology, although I am very thankful for it,
and it's many innexpensive ap's that DH uses with the kids.
I love this dress, and these shoes.
Seeing the girls wear dresses that I made, makes me smile.
Did you do this as a kid?
I remember doing it at a friends new house, and we rolled over a newly planted baby tree=(.
I am surprised it has taken them this long to discover the joy of rolling down the hill.
And I am glad that I only let them go outside in play clothes.
On the adoption front--Jenna's birthday is Monday. Her foster home will not tell her that she has a family, or give her the package we sent, until they get official word from CCAA.
As many times as we have done this, you would think I would know exactly when that official paperwork gets to the home/orphanage, but I do not. We are praying that the home will tell her on Monday--what a birthday that would be!