Franklin Five

Let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth. 1 John 3:18

Thursday, December 02, 2010

Wonderfully Made

For You created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise You because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Your works are wonderful; I know that full well.
Psalms 139:13-14

Lidiyanna Jo
She is adorable and kissable. She loves to be snuggled and tickled. She likes to hold her blanket up to her face as she falls asleep. Tim calls her his chocolate chip. Her hair is challenging and yet irresitable. She loves other babies and children. She waves at everyone, and everyone smiles at her. Her eyes are dark and enchanting. She loves her bottle and does not like baby food. She happily kicks in her crib when I come in her room. She's my baby girl.

Wesley Mark

He's passionate and feels deeply. He's goofy and loves it when his daddy is silly with him. He wants to be tightly tucked in every night with two or three blankets. He likes to feel secure and needs a lot of assurance. He asks to pray for his grandparents often. He loves his tricycle and going off-roading. He giggles easily. He pays attention to details. He finds great joy in picking out a piece of candy to put in his lunchbox. He's my baby boy.

Graham Timothy

His smile lights up a room. He's loving, friendly, and compassionate. He trips and falls often, and most of the time, he just gets up and keeps on going. He is really into shopping with mommy and picking out an item he can buy with his quarters. He wants to buy a meal for a homeless man he sees on the side of the road, help a lost boy find his mom at a store, and comfort his friend on the bus who is sad. He's energetic and busy, always finding a project to get into or a craft to create. He's sometimes grouchy in the morning and gets a burst of energy right around bedtime. He's full of life, excitment, and hope. He saves the notes I put in his lunchbox. He's my firstborn.


Lorie said...

What a great post! You know, William never really cared for baby food either and now he eats pretty much whatever we eat. Obviously, do whatever your pediatrician recommends, but she might be happier with more solid food. Just thought I'd let you know. I know how crazy life can be with three kids but it certainly looks and sounds like everyone is happy.

votemom said...

and i may have to copy this ;o)

Perpy said...

Great "catch up" Jo! You do such a great job of expressing yourself! Writing is your thing! Had a great time with all of you and your family! I love you!

Anne Rodgers said...

I like to hold my blanket up to my face to when I go to bed. :) Give Lidiyanna and the boys big hugs from me!