Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Lessons from the farm...

#1-know the difference between a bushel and a peck.

Our book was coming to an end. It has been a great read and so in celebration of true friendship,

true devotion, and a love that saves we had all the reason in the world to celebrate, so we did.

Charlotte's Web has never looked so good as she looked on my table with my brown eyed children gathered round.

We saved the last two chapters for daddy to read and then we ate pigs in a blanket and ice-cream and cupcakes and then piled up in my bed and watched the movie. Memories, people, it's all about the memories..

I loved the way Coop added our own little spider web. I love that kid. He has me wrapped around, not only, his finger but every possible place I can be wrapped. I admit it. :) So there I said it and now the world knows..



I walked in the baby girls room and this is what I saw. Hmmm... I heard giggles and decided
to sneak a peek.

This is my world...Love, laughter, and a whole lot of adventures..I look for them everywhere.
I need them. Adventures with my kids. I love finding small treasures throughout my day
and this one was definitely a keeper..



Just because I can not get enough of her eyes. You can never have enough of her, I promise.
She is country and a chicken chaser from way back. I hope and pray the Lord is raising up
a strong kinda' man for her..







Around here we do ALOT of three things:
  1. eating ice-cream
  2. swimming
  3. jumping on the trampoline

Our summer is just beginning and already I see tan lines and blonder hair
as the sun soaks into them. I see them growing. I see that they're happy and that
makes me very, very happy.








3 comments:

Bria said...

What wonderful family fun! I love every one of those sweet faces. Y'alls family is so precious to us. It is a great joy to have such close friends who share our beliefs. Excellent photos!

Jo looked so sweet with the twins!

The Ferrill's said...

I love visiting your blog! It makes me feel so "at home". ;)

Your brown eyed beauties are treasures indeed! I love how you soak up their little lives and also how you soak up the love our Father showers on you!

I also love your table. (confession: borderline COVET your table! ;)

Blessings to your sweet farm family,
Laine Ferrill--from not too far away from you! ;)

bbmommy2 said...

Cuties!! I think our girls are cut from the same cloth because I have a country chicken chaser too. From the moment her eyes open in the morning until I call her in to supper. Cracks me up!

We love Charlotte's Web. Classic...

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