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

Wednesday, May 14, 2008



Have I mentioned lately how much I love these two rascals?



They sure make my life so much more fun.
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6 comments:

Liana said...

Aren't children wonderful?

Everyday I keep thinking - what on earth was life like before we had Noah...

So glad you're enjoying your gifts that God has given you :)

Morning said...

We're never in doubt that your children are your pride and joy Rebecca -- you're a wonderful Mama.

Elizabeth said...

Your pollywog discovery looked like SO MUCH FUN :) HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEET SISTER! May all your dreams come true this year :)

ps..love the b and w of Corynn!!!

abigail said...

I love that picture of Corynn!

And birthday? Is it your birthday?!?!
I have little doubt in Elizabeth's knowledge, so...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

Mrs. Bonnie said...

I'll jump on Elizabeths birthday wagon and say the same- HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Now, what I was also going to say:
Is Corynn trying to sneak a polywog home behind her ear?

And Andrews boots seem most appropriate (they are frogs, aren't they?)

Rebecca said...

It IS my brithday, so thanks for the well wishes. So far, a typical, ordinary day. I don't feel a year older, only a day.

As for Corynn, Mrs. Bonnie~ I chuckle that you mention that. After I posted this photo I told Matt that anyone who doesn't know Corynn's ear habit would think she was digging for gold or something (or-hiding a pollywog!) No. Ever since Corynn was a wee little thing she holds her one ear when she is contemplative, nervous, or needing some self-soothing. It is like a security blanket. Or a pacifier. Only for a girl. I am surprised she still hasn't grown out of it yet, but I am in no hurry to lose that about her...I find it very dear.