Mother’s Day Recap

Mother’s Day was a beautiful day of celebrating our mom! We had a different group “in-house,” missing Jesse on a trip, but we had the joy of Calia and Kyle with us since Joseph and Elissa were away.

We are so blessed to have a godly heritage. I believe as second generation Christians and homeschoolers, it’s easy to take for granted our blessings. I pray each one of you who has godly parents is grateful for that and expresses your love and honor to them.


Mom and Dad on Mother’s Day
Christopher’s family gave out roses at church
Melanie (and Baby Deborah was born less than 24 hours later!)

Sunday evening, we took a walk around the block, something we used to do on Sunday evenings before we switched around our schedule. We had kids on scooters, kids on foot, kids in stroller, and Baby in womb! Such sweet times!

So blessed!
Mom/Grandma and Benji
These two little guys are buddies with Ellie
Enjoying fellowship
Anna Marie, GiGi, Mom, and Melanie

“Only take heed to thyself, and keep thy soul diligently,
lest thou forget the things which thine eyes have seen,
and lest they depart from thy heart all the days of thy life:
but teach them thy sons, and thy sons’ sons.”
Deuteronomy 4:9

6 thoughts on “Mother’s Day Recap”

  1. Love that the children took roses to the ladies at church.
    The afternoon walk looks lovely.

    Having a Christian heritage is definitely a blessing which is rare in these times. A lifetime can be a very long and difficult struggle for those without Godly parents.

    Beautiful post Sarah.

    Blessings ya’ll

  2. We are first generation Christians, and do not have any family near. I love seeing the grandbabies spending special time with your parents and their aunts. It is an encouragement knowing that we are setting up a second generation of Christians and seeking a godly heritage. I pray that one day we will be blessed as well with lots of grandbabies and to be a support system for our children and their spouses as well. I miss that my children do not have that, but knowing that their children will helps me press onward!

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