What you do in your house is worth as much as if you did it up in heaven for our Lord God. We should accustom ourselves to think of our position and work as sacred and well-pleasing to God, not on account of the position and work, but on account of the word and faith from which the obedience and the work flow. ~ Martin Luther

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Happy Memorial Day!



We spent ours waving flags, playing volleyball, holding babies and eating burgers with dear friends.

Dressed from head to toe in red, white and blue. (The whole family, thank you very much!)

Hope yours was just as memorable.

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5 comments:

Christine said...

Hi Rebecca! Those are such precious pictures! Blessings!

Mrs. Bonnie said...

Little cutie pies! Did Andrew get a crew/buzz cut? I think those are cute on little guys!
Love the red, white and blue!

Kelli said...

So cute, Rebecca! Did your Panda get a new haircut?!
~Kelli

Dana said...

Adorable! I love dressing us all up in matching colors. My family thinks it's nuts. :-)

Also, I LOVE Corynn's hair knots. How in the world do you do that? I've tried getting Kate's hair to twist up like that, but we must not be doing something right. Any pointers???

Blessings--
Dana

Rebecca said...

I am always surprised at how observant y'all are! Yep-Panda got a buzz cut but it was quite by mistake! I snatched the wrong attachment and took a swipe on the top of his head...and nothing could be done after that. I was so sad! My first ever BAD haircut job. Waaaaaaahhhhhh!!!

Dana~If I can do it-you can! Corynn has VERY thin hair so it is hard to find ways to 'do it up' on her. The key to hair knots is to put them in ponytails first. If you don't use rubberbands or ties in a ponytail, and just skip straight for the knot on children with thin hair, it will fall out before you know it.

First, I ponytail it. Then, I twist it tight, then wrap it in a bun, and then secure it with another tie or barrette. Easy peasy.