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
Make good use of those clean sheets ; D
Sweet. (Lol, Bonnie :)
hahahahahhahahaha, Bonnie! ;)You are TOO cute, Rebecca!!! I love how much you LOVE your hubby! :)
Since I don't see Judah Bear in the picture, I will assume that he took the picture. What a gifted child! But then, of course, I knew that!
Glad you girls can be as feisty as I. I guarantee I probably lost some readers over my comment last post. If I cared about those things... Nanci~ he is the blurry blob in the left hand corner. He was actually running to get into the picture after pressing the button. Not quite fast enough though. ;-)
Have you tried skype ? The children and you and Matt can see each other. Hubby does that when he travels.
Bonnie too funny!Love the photo! Cute family picture!!!-Bobbi
This photo reminds me of the passionate kiss a sailor would receive after returning home from war. It is refreshing to see your love and passion for your husband, who has been gone a week. You are teaching your kids the exciting reality of true love. It's a commitment that can be very passionate after years of marriage, if one chooses to keep the home fires burning! Thanks for sharing!!
Such an intimate photo of family life...one that could have been taken in my very own home, even after my husband was away just ONE night. THIS is what marriage is about, isn't it?
The VERY best thing a mom can teach her little ones is TRUE love for their daddy!By showing it - it becomes a part of their lives as well...It will be what your babies will grow to KNOW to expect from Marriage. Not all the craziness the world will try to fill their heads with.Beautiful picture.
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