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
OH, I love these smiles, too... my youngest is now seven and his adult front teeth are in... that really signifies the end of "babies" to me, know what I mean?I love this picture of your little guy! Also, thanks for the comment on the co op post today. You are blessed to have been a part of such a group and to still maintain those friendships. I would be lost without our coop, that's for sure.
Roan, thank you so much for your sweet encouragement on my blog! It was sweet of you to take the time to leave it:) I needed to hear it!!And Sam's smile is precious. I have a son who's lost one of his top teeth and the other one is dangling, but I can't get him to pull it--I love the look of both teeth missing at the same time, so cute!!
Roan,I, too, am a homeschooling mom and love peeking in at blogs like yours to see how others moms are going about homeschooling. Thank you for creating such a wonderful blog!My husband and I just launched a website that provides new resources for Christian Homeschool families. We're wondering if you would like to try it out for free in exchange for an honest review on your blog. I won't mention the name of the site here but you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll be happy to share more information with you about it.Thanks!~ Claudia