Thursday, June 23, 2011

A day in the life of my girls


We cook and around here, we cook alot.
I'm thankful for the counter that holds them.
I'm thankful for Taylor who teaches.
I'm thankful for the hours I have training up
my girls. It's constant and it's new every single
day but it's my mission field and although the heat
of Africa can't touch me here I'm nonetheless living out
a mission.
A mission of Motherhood   



We had a tea party today and the girls learned to hold their tea cups
and sit quietly while I read them a story.
Why is this important to me?
Because when we go to church they need to know
what I mean when I put my fingeres to my lips and say, "shhhhhhh".
Training for Sundays start on Mondays.
It's an all week process.


These fleeting moments are way too short.


4 comments:

Mama D.'s Dozen said...

So sweet!

Our children, also, were taught at a very young age how to sit quietly in church (and while doing devotions or being read to, etc...)

:) :) :)

Cindy said...

I too taught mine to sit with us thru big church. I saw so many children going to children's church...and all they did was cut up.Arghhh
So I kept mine with me..and we learned signals...lol
Wearing babble bracelts helped...it kept them busy...this is what my Mema did with me...lol

They are so precious!!!Great pictures.

Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham

Kim said...

I just love and adore your precious family! You are the BEST mama!

Kim

Bria said...

Adorable chocolate love! That's all I got to say

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