I plan on updating all of my blog pages today-
this page, 10,000 Reasons and Oh, Happy Day.
Check them out.
I hope you will be encouraged.
A quick peek at the past few weeks.
We've been getting our art on lately!
We made these by blowing watercolors with a straw.
The postcards are from my snaily friends.
The boys take turns picking them when they come in the mail.
It was creepy funny- when I misunderstood his "caring."
(I thought he said, "killing.")
Glad we got that one figured out! Ha.
(That was a close one!)
(an easy read)
Yahoo! LOVE Thornton W. Burgess!
Mr. Popper's Penguins!
I love the extra snuggle time this gives me with the boys.
it continues to be a good fit!
I was excited to find this math version of "Boggle" at our favorite thrift store.
He's also been telling time, which quite honestly blow my mind.
If he looks at a clock and sees it's 12:57,
he knows that 1:00 happens in 3 minutes.
It's amazing what he's learned just from observing Ashton!
Love. Love. Love.
Well, that about sums up the school photos I have to share with you.
Wanna see another one of my thrift store scores?!
And how about a really cute (but really toothless!) boy?!
I've managed to find 3 of their Angry Bird sets.
I seriously probably paid 50 cents total for all three!
I believe two of the three are pictured above.
The top middle teeth have been missing for almost a year.
Bryce managed to knock the other two out this week.
(Boys get pretty excited when they play! Ha.
A simple excited arm swoop was all it took!)
And lastly, I'd like to share this with you:
We listed things we do during the day,
and then thought about what fruits of the spirit we could focus on.
I especially love "waking up with joy!"
So, reader, I'm wondering, what kind of heart do you have
as you go about your day?
Do you have a heart that's filled with joy, patience, love, faithfulness,
self control, kindness, gentleness, peace, goodness?
Would others say you have this kind of heart?
I encourage you to spend some time this week
observing your heart while you go about your normal daily activities.
I will be praying that you find yourself sharing the fruits of the spirit.