"Just living is not enough, one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower."
Hans Christian Anderson
I love this. I wish I could hear his thoughts on why he takes the shots he does. But it made my weary heart smile today...see you in 9 days!!
I saw ALL those things yesterday ;)Glad we could spend some time together! Love ya
In the little is the magnificent. As the song says: little is much when God is in it. I think He is always whispering His secrets to His children but it seems it's the little children who more often hear Him and respond.I love Noah's study in "little."
Wow, I'm amazed at his photography skills! What a great project.
There's a whole lotta cute found in all these little things! Great job, Noah. God's fingerprints are so often found in the little things around us.
Hey Jenny. I wanted to let you know we are having a boy. I am 20 weeks pregnant right now. We are very excited. I have not posted any new blog entries yet, as the same day we got our good news, we also got some very bad news. My FIL has pancreatic cancer pretty badly. My husband is heartbroken, and I am just so so sad that my children may have to grow up not knowing their Pappa who loves them so much. I just wanted to give you an update. I enjoy reading your blogs & looking at your pictures.
I've been thinking about you an awful lot today, Jen. I simply cannot get you off my heart, even now at 1:05 in the morning. I'm having a little trouble in the sleep department tonight. I was remembering when you were working at LM in the Granger office, and Caleb and I would kidnap you once a week and have lunch at the peaceful little cemetery down the road, just sitting in my van with the windows rolled down, little Caleb often asleep, Gabriel squirming incessantly in my womb, two friends enjoying a moment of quiet togetherness. It was my favorite day of the week!I miss you!
Jeny, it was great seeing you last night! Tell Noah that I said thanks for letting us join in on your date. Your children are adorable...tell Josh and family that I said hello.
I was interested to read your blog. As a parent you may be interested in being part of a university study I'm involved with. It’s about how infants and children develop. It wouldn’t take much of your time, and it’s a great way to contribute to knowledge by reporting on your own experiences. For more details go to the following address after copying it into your browser window, www.babysleepstudy.org or go to www.milestonesresearch.org and click on "Baby Sleep." Best wishes, Rebecca
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