Friday, May 15, 2009
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Today Alyssa was asking what we'll be learning at Bible study. I told her we were going to talk about how we can serve one another. We talked about some practical ways of doing this, like giving money, providing meals, helping around someone's house, etc. and then I asked her how she would want to serve others. She said she would want to help people that were not well. I asked what she meant and she said she wanted to be a doctor. I've never heard her say anything about this before, but it was so cute because she kept going, saying that she could tape them up if they were broken or give them tylenol. :) Later when daddy came home I prompted her to tell daddy what she wanted to be when she grew up and she very bluntly said, 'a doctor and a butterfly'??? I have no idea where that came from, but after Bible study she continued on about how she was going to be a butterfly, a pink & orange one specifically, and she was going to fly all around. I love this little girl!
Posted by Jen at 9:55 PM
Sunday, May 10, 2009
We had such a nice morning at the Farmhouse. I love Mother's Day! ;)
Here are some pics.
Posted by Jen at 11:35 AM
Friday, May 8, 2009
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Friday, May 1, 2009
On Tuesday Emi was playing with some bubbles on cement and slipped and fell. On the way down she hit her eye on a planter and got a little gash. We went to urgent care to see if she needed stitches and to make sure she was okay. When we got there the doctor said she'd need 1-2 stitches and that since it was near her eye she wanted to try and get her to fall asleep before stitching her up. Well after a couple doses of medicine and a couple hours of not falling asleep her cut closed up and we were let go with no stitches! That was such a blessing, praise God!
Here are some pictures of her eye now...swollen and very colorful. :( She's doing great though! It's actually never bothered her, except the initial shock when she fell. She was playing around like a monkey in the dr.'s office and now if you ask her where her owie is she'll point to some random body part, like her knee. She is one tough little girl. :)
*The ones from my cell phone are really small, sorry!
Posted by Jen at 7:57 PM