The day the kids all wore their Baylor shirts. Sic em!
On occasion there are days when evil small voices whisper "Your children will grow up to be bitter about the things they missed" ... On those days the voices are told to shut-it and a reactionary event is planned. This weekend the reactionary event was making sugar cookies and creating a Christmastime environment (while dripping sweat). If the kids grow up bitter this post will be pulled up for them to see. "RIGHT HERE is the proof that you never missed out on Christmas cookies. See that?" All kids, from all places - have equal rights to bitterness when they are grown. The only difference here is that my children will be forced to look upon this-proof of how happy they once were. :)
|the sad moment when Isaac realized the word Christmas wasn't going to fit across that cookie|
Noah was not into the cookie-making at all.
He handled the dancing.
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In Heartline BABY News:
17 year old Fabienne delivered a 4 lb 13 ounce baby girl at a local hospital due to pre-eclampsia, she has been recovering in Heartline's postpartum area for a couple of days. We're praying for bonding and successful breast-feeding.
|Fabienne and daughter|
Two more babies still due in December, both to first-time teen moms. Prayers for safe deliveries to wrap up this year are appreciated!