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, December 16, 2008

My girls






Where the littlest one is, there also is the biggest.

Infatuation.

Adoration.

LOVE.
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8 comments:

Tracy said...

It was the same at our house when Abigail was born. Autumn had to be right by my side every moment.

Abigail was the only one not to sleep in our room in the cradle for a time. Autumn insisted that they share a room directly. Each night and morning they had snuggle time in the big bed before and after Abigail was in the crib for actual sleeping purposes.

Kelli said...

So precious, Rebecca!
~Kelli

Terri said...

They look so sweet together. Isn't it neat that the Lord gave Corynn the best Christmas gift and something she's wanted for a long time?

Grandma Bibby said...

What sweet girls. They are so precious. Enjoy them all.

Charree said...

These pictures are priceless. I was the same way when my little sister was born (so my mom says).

~Charree

Brandy said...

Great pictures!

It's the same at our house. Where the youngest is (she's 2 months), the oldest (she's 5yrs) is RIGHT THERE.

...they call me mommy... said...

Such wonderful pictures! What sweet children you have...

Andie said...

Your girls are so precious together. And, please don't feel bad about wishing for matching outfits. It is fun to dress them similar...I do it often. Wishing you had something is not wrong, it does not mean you are not happy and content with what you have. You are one of the most self-less women I know (ok, we only know eachother through blogs, but I think it counts!)...and I know you do not begrudge anyone what they have. I admire you so much!! I WISH I had known Adele was a girl...I just gave all my baby clothes to the food bank/thrift store a few months ago...and there were adorable matching outfits that Abbigail and Bethany wore when Abbie was 4 and Beth was a baby...I don't know if they would have fit your girls, but you would have been welcome to them! As it is, I have nothing left smaller than a 4t (B's current size).
Much love to you and yours!!
Merry Christmas!
Andie