Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus.
1 Thess. 5:16-18
Cute, cute. We've had too much snow on the ground lately to run outside. I'm looking forward to melt off.
Aw how cute!!
I found you through Boomama.I have been enjoying reading through your blog. Your organizing has inspired me. Your running family has inspired me as well. I am trying to begin a walking/running routine, but it is SOO COLD. That is what has kept me from beginning already. What type of clothing do you recommend to keep warm, but without the bulk? I live in the midlands of SC. My goal is to be healthy by the time I turn 50 in September. Sorry for such a long post. Thanks, Cheryl
My poor son got one tooth knocked out by me (I tend to gesture very big when I talk, and he walked up behind me) and swallowed another tooth when he was eating chips at a Super Bowl party. He's been traumatied by the whole tooth thing.Your little girl is darling and I"m sorry her tooth is missing!
I still can't get over how much Leah looks like you! My Reagan just started losing her teeth as well. She also has been traumatized by the idea of parts of herself falling off :) She refuses to let anyone pull them...they have to fall out completely by themselves or by accident. One tooth came out as she was eating a banana and another bc she had a plastic bottle top in her mouth (dangerous, I know). She has one just hanging by its last thread right now :):)
You have a beautiful family!! Love those smiles!~ Jenniferhttp://thetoyboxyears.blogspot.com
Olivia is so pretty with her hair down like that and flowing in the wind haha!
I love the lost tooth look. So cute and sweet! We also have a new lost tooth look up front and she is 7.
Hey Roan, I gave you a blog award. Thanks for spreading some sunshine my way!Celee