Graduation season is almost upon us which means I'm spending every free moment writing Bible verses in books. I am thankful Lily is such a content baby that I can write while she naps!
Lily is all smiles after a wonderful week with Grandma Barz. We were sad to see her go, but know my sister and her kids are eager for their visit from Grandma next week.
4 weeks old and growing more alert by the day! And I'm thankful that all of my kids have enjoyed tummy time...most of the time!
Yay for nice weather (at last!) so we can all be outside and take Grandma to the park. I'm not looking forward to the rain and freezing temperatures that are coming tomorrow. Also, yay for baby wraps that keep my hands free to help the other two.
Made it to JCPenney's yesterday (with Grandma's help) to take pictures of my 4 year old, 2 year old and 4 week old. This one is my favorite! I love being mom to these kids!
We may not live in Grabill anymore, but we still love going to the Amish bulk food store there! We all got special treats - chocolate granola for Grandma, chai tea for me, and mini marshmallows for the kids.
Yay! Grandma Barz is here! She was happy to meet Lily and Lily was happy to have someone else to hold her. We're all looking forward to our week together!
Does Spring Break really have to end? We've all loved having Daddy home with us for the past 10 days. We're going to savor it until the last moment...and then start counting down to summer vacation!
My Grandpa's funeral was today and due to living across the country with a 3 week old, I was one of the 3 grandchildren who did not attend. Thankfully, I was able to watch a live stream of the service. I could listen to my Mom and Uncle Phil play the organ, my Dad and Uncle John proclaim the Gospel, and sing these beautiful hymns of faith with the rest of my family. Oh, yes, and we celebrated my 36th birthday quietly, with a cake the kids made for me. Life is precious! Each day is a gift. That was my reminder of the day.