Six?! That's like a hold hand of fingers plus one!
I feel so blessed to have such a sweet son.
He's the most polite little boy I know- always sure to use his manners.
He's caring and goes out of his way to cheer me up with artful little doodles.
He loves Jesus. And donkeys. And Legos. And his little brother.
No one can make him laugh like Mr. Happy Trails does.
And I love the sound of his infectious little giggle.
He's a Super Hero. He even has a real super power. He shoots webs.
But not like a spider. (That's gross!)
He shoots his out of his hands.
He's very attentive and I've enjoyed being his Kindergarten teacher this year.
He has the BEST attitude, and I am so thankful for that.
He's eager to learn and always obedient.
We were at Culvers the other day and he raced ahead of us to hold the door for everyone.
Things like that make me smile.
They make my heart feel warm and fuzzy.
He's always quick to think of others.
He's really growing into quite the little gentleman.
I feel so blessed God chose me to be his mom.
We recently went away for a night to celebrate #6.
An "early" birthday party of sorts- just our little family.
It was super.
He was pretty stinkin' excited!
I didnt bring my camera into the water park, but I snapped a few photos through the window.
Wanna guess where fell asleep?
On the floor! Hehe.
We've been going to this hotel since Ashton was about 7 months old.
He's always loved the fish.
Little Mr. A, I love you to the moon and back.
A prayer for you, from my favorite book:
"I pray that the God who gives hope will fill you with much joy and peace as you trust in him.
Then you will have more and more hope, and it will flow out of you by the power of the Holy Spirit."
I am so happy to see the love you have for your Savior.
It is my hope that you will always seek Him first, before all other things.
Love Him about all things, as it's only in knowing Him that true and lasting happiness is found.