All WONDERFUL things! Hope you are recovering from your sugar coma ;-)
I am now two days dry of sugar. :) I am having a contest with a neighbor/friend to see who can go the longest without sugar. I think I am winning as it already feels like a very long long time! ;)
It is because you have raised them up in the ways that they should go, of course! Good job momma!
Thank you Donna. I don't know that I have much to do with it. I have good little Native's. I'm a pretty proud Mum but know that I can't take all of the credit. They came this way.
I love all that too.I love seeing all the good you and your man have instilled into those children.
Their daddy has been a good example despite their spastic momma. :D
Ah Hah! So THAT is where hammer went!!!!! I really need to follow your blog more closely so I can track down my scattered things. Any chance you will do a blog posting where my sandels show up?
I'll work on that....... ;)
Yes. Rachel had hardly anything to do with it. Actually the credit goes to Brian and me. Because Rachel - she's just lying around all the time saying things like "butt" and making bathroom jokes. Yes, all that goodness and sweetness in her kids? It's my Sunday School class - that's what. And the fact that I'm just as mean as Rachel is but spend less time saying "butt" and more time being snide. PFFFFFF.Me too - I love watching my children be people I admire. It's the most amazing thing.
And there you have it folks. The proof you needed! :D
I love those bunny ears, and what a wonderful, sweet family you have grown x
I love the bunny ears too. Levi wore those for days until they ripped. It was so cute seeing him walking around with his ears.
I love the bunny ears and you should be very proud of your children, they are wonderful as are you....although I'm not sure where the bathroom jokes fit in ;-)
Bathroom jokes? What bathroom jokes? (Looks at ceiling while whistling....)
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