Thursday, September 18, 2008

It's a Wonderful Life!

Well, we had another great week. Sure there are times that I want to go in my room, shut the door, lock it, no, dead bolt it, and never come out. But, those moments are so few and far between! Joshua had one day this week where he cried all day and wanted to eat every hour. Allie walked around all day chanting, "Mommy, pay with me, mommy pay with me!" I wanted to put a passy in both of their mouths! That day wasn't very fun but I have to say that most days are! I thank God that He grants us the Grace sufficient for each day aren't you!!! I used to feel silly complaining about my days when there are so many people out there who would love to have children but can't. I have come to the conclusion though that although children are absolutely God's greatest treasures, that does not mean that you are going to enjoy every minute with them. I wouldn't trade my life for anything in the world; but that doesn't mean that some days just aren't much fun!

Allie and puppy are drinking from their water dishes!


Sis. Gail from Camp Creek said...

Hi, Dana, these are fantastic pictures of your two beautiful children. It was great seeing your whole family at Camp Creek this week. Allie and Joshua were so good in church. I looked at Allie one time while we were singing, "I'll Fly Away", and her little mouth was singing all the words perfectly to this song. She was so cute and adorable. You missed Bro. Michael's sermon on "Revival"; it was so good. We were so blessed in our Association Meeting-blessed with a good turnout, blessed with a beautiful song service, blessed with a lot of great preachers from all over, who were in turn blessed to preach some amazing sermons, and we were blessed with some wonderful fellowship with all those who came. The Lord was indeed with us in our meeting. Kiss those precious children for me. I look forward to seeing them once again on Wednesday. I love you all

Amanda said...

He's so cute but in every picture I see he looks different!

I'm having one of those "lock-my-self-in-the-bedroom" kinda days!

In 15 years or so you know we'll locking them in their rooms so they can't leave!