Friday, February 22, 2008

my baby girl at 7 months old


Kate said...

WOW! She is so big and soooo adorable! Is she the only one with blue eyes?! So glad you posted the pics. Thanks!!!
PS - So glad you left a comment to let me know as well. I lost all my links again this morning when I accidentally deleted my link list as I was editing things. That took forever to fix!

Emily said...

Okay, what happened to your other kids?
Love ya-

Don't blame the lack of photos on your daughter


Caroline said...

She is precious! Thanks for sharing the pics:)

Monkey Giggles said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog. It is nice to meet you.

smileymamaT said...

Hi! She is so cute, but then, they all are!! :) I too sometimes want to stop the clock, but then I love watching them grow... take care and have a great week!

Tracy said...

First, let me say that your baby is SOOOO cute! YUM!

Do I have a specific verse to go with my However, the Bible does talk a lot about the heart. What is in the heart will come out. So, we do want to reach the hearts of our children. How do we do that? By constantly presenting them with the gospel. It is THE answer! Every time your child sins it is a chance to point them to their need for a Savior. Jesus died and conqured sin...we don't HAVE to sin anymore! I could go on and on, but let me just give you something I have found super helpful. Ginger Plowman (her book is on my sidebar) has this great little chart"ish" thing that I bought at our home school show. It gives specific situations and verses to give your children and questions to teach them to ask themselves so they can learn to evaluate their hearts for sinful motives and assist them in pulling out the foolishness that is bound up in their hearts (that is from the little blurb on the inside of her chart). Her book "Don't Make Me Count To Three" Is great too...and I am not a reader (nor do I have time!) this one is an easy read and very helpful. Do a little study where you look up the verses that talk about the heart. (Just because it is interesting) But the biggest thing is PRAY for your children. I am sure you do. I go in each night before I go to bed and kneel before my Father over my children and pray for their soul. I pray they will love Him more than much so, that they will want to obey Him.

Also, there are days in our house where it seems like they are just fighting non-stop. We just can't allow that. My two older boys have accepted Christ and are very responsive to correction. However, they are not perfect! :)

Sorry for the rambling. I will pray for you today...being a mom is such a high calling!

Tracy said...

I forgot to tell you the name of the chart..."Wise Words for Moms"

Polka Dotted Pickles said...

Her eyes are so cute! And the rest of her is adorable too. :) I haven't seen her since she was a few weeks old. :)

Barb said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! It is always good to know when some one new is reading it! I enjoyed your blog as to see all the pics of your kids!

Our family will continue to pray for the girl that we were asked to foster. We are new to foster this is a learning experience for us! We are thankful that God is bigger then we are and He is in control of all things!

I look forward to hearing from you again! I will be back to your blog as well!


Jenn said...

Thanks for stopping by my recipe blog. You have a beautiful family!

Becky said...

Your children are beautiful...your little baby looks like the Gerber baby!

Read your profile, and LOVE your choice of music. Barlow Girl is one of my faves.

My mom was just telling me about Mucinex today. I'm going to have to look that up. I guess that hydrogen peroxide up each nasal passage when you feel a head cold coming on is supposed to help, too. Like three drops worth when you lay on your back and 'hold' it in there. I'm just desperate enough to try anything, lol.

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