Sunday Family Times

Sundays are a special day of worship, rest, and family for us. Every Sunday, we all try to gather at our house for a meal after church. It’s a sweet time of talking and enjoying one another’s fellowship.

Our typical meal is burritos (my favorite!). For those who’ve followed our blog awhile, you know we make the bean filling in large batches a few times a year.

Often Abby and Bethany help me with tortillas. Bethany portions out little balls of dough, while Abby works on mini tortillas with a press a young lady from Mexico gave her.  The sisters-in-law join us in the kitchen and help with lunch preparations.

This Sunday we also caught up on some birthday gifts, along with giving presents friends had sent for Ruthanne and Joshua. There was a lot of happy noise and activity!

Joyfully His,
Sarah

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Trying to get the baby's pacy in.
Trying to get the baby’s pacy in.
Still working.
Still working.
Success (for the moment!).
Success (for the moment!).

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An exciting proposition: Joshua loves lawnmowers. The drawback the rest of us observed. Lawnmowing tile is an extremely noisy proposition.
An exciting proposition: Joshua loves lawnmowers. The drawback the rest of us observed. Lawnmowing tile is an extremely noisy proposition.
The cousin mowing parade.
The cousin mowing parade.

“Serve the LORD with gladness:
come before his presence with singing.
Know ye that the LORD he is God:
it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves;
we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture.”
Psalms 100:2-3

6 thoughts on “Sunday Family Times”

  1. Mr. Steve looks just tickled to have all those grandbabies.:) Looks like yall had a happy Sunday!

  2. Beautiful pictures! Teri and Steve are a great example to what grandparents are about :). The kids look so happy to see them and Teri and Steve are glowing! I’m sure they’re looking forward to another grand baby in the near future! God Bless!
    >>>>>>
    We are looking forward to his safe arrival for sure.

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