Sunday, June 27, 2010
wow..it has been an exciting past few months...we have been busy with these two kiddies.
Robbie coached Rylie's pret team and I was team mom..wow there was a learning curve with all of that. She did awesome and can't wait to play again this fall. We met some wonderful people. The pruitt's are some of them and we have spent a lot of time with them and their kids this summer and look forward to getting to know them better
Beck is growing leaps and bounds. He loves his big sissy still(thank God) and he loves " L O " aka ELMO...There is nothing he can't say he just choses when to speak and say it. He doesn't have to speak bc Rylie does everything for him. They make a cute pair.
we are so blessed to have eveyone healthy right now...Robbie was in hospital with pneumonia in feb for about a week and out of work for 6 weeks. Man it has been crazy and hard here..but God has sustained us through it all. I had an allergic reaction to a med and had to go to er and now insurance is refusing not to pay the bill...so pray over that situation as well. Both kids are well and happy thank God!
We are gearing up for a busy next two months at the Beddingfield's we are blessed and getting to go on a weekend excursion without the kids this weekend for a rafting trip. SO looking forward to it.We will miss the babies but loving the time alone with some great new friends and the sis and BIL.
Jami O. is getting married to Tyler on August 14th which leads to a million things to plan and do and buy since I am matron of honor (honored and blessed she asked me)...Lots of work but wouldn't trade it for the world...so glad this moment has came for Jami and so blessed to be a part of it. We will be having her a shower on AUgust 1st for the gang and looking forward to seeing everyone again.
August 21st we will be having Rylie's bday party and looking forward to getting to reminense about the wedding and hear about the honey moon trip!!! Only certain details though Jami....
Robbie and I are doing great...trying to stay cool in this heat.I had to have a repeat mammogram for a nodule I felt but it was begnign they feel and we will repeat it in 6 months..merry christmas to me!!!
Robbie and I will be celebrating out 10 yr anniversary in sept. Can you guys believe it...time has flown by I look forward to 150 more years with my big daddy! He is my prince still! I don't know what I would do without that man in my life. I could not have picked a better hubby or daddy to my babies.
We are still working in same places for now...and loving it! I love my patients and my coworkers..and the fact of not working a full week...shelfish I know but LOVING it!!
shot out to christa and her team winning the tricounty fast pitch softball championship and heading to state!! go all the way girls...
I am going to go for now the bed is calling my name...I have a prayer request right now is for my boss's youngest son Bilal he is in hospital with pneumonia and he will be 2 in august. I couldn't imagine.
God bless you guys and love to you all!
Sunday, October 4, 2009
My daddy (Paw) worked and worked with Beckham trying to get him to walk. A week or two ago he walked about seven steps to me at their house and never did it again. Well then one night I was on a conference call and Robbie was watching TV and he walked right across the living room and Rylie started jumping up and down like crazy "he walked, he walked". It was so sweet. I never could get him on camera doing it until this week I got him with my camera phone so turn the volume down when you watch this. I was one excited mommy! Then at the end you can see/hear him do HIS version of "go dawgs"
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
we were watching "so you think you can dance" and the black eyed pea song came on and Beck just started going crazy in the floor dancing and I grabbed camera and got a little bit of it...nothing that gave it any justice!! He cracks me up !!! He is doing his style of dancing or practicing to ride a bronco in the rodeo!! which ever as long as it brings home some bacon for him when he gets older;)
(dont mind Hobab's butt in the camera)
Saturday, September 12, 2009
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Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Titus 2:4,5That they may encourage the young women to love their husbands, to love their children, to be sensible, pure, workers at home, kind, being subject to their own husbands, that the word of God may not be dishonored.
Our society often sends the wrong signals to mothers. It tells moms they are dispensable. It tells us that all mothers need to do is provide maid service, shuttle service and offer purchasing advice; that real mothering can be done by trained caretakers.
I believe Christian mothers need to think critically about these cultural messages and challenge them. More moms need to make a career of busying themselves at home, and investing in their husbands and the next generation.
I realize there are many reasons for mothers to have full-time or part-time jobs. But I also know some couples need to look critically at whether this is for survival, for personal fulfillment or simply to maintain a higher standard of living. If a couple feels it's necessary for Mom to work outside the home, some crucial questions should be addressed.
A Christian mother should ask whether her husband is in total agreement with this decision. The two-career marriage may solve financial difficulties, but it creates others because many needs of the family will not receive full attention.
Another good question is: If extra income is essential, can it be earned on a flexible time frame, or by working at home? A woman in my church was able to develop a part-time photography business out of her home. She was always sure that whenever she had appointments she could leave her little boy with her husband or a friend.
A career speaks of total commitment and full-time focus. No commitment or focus is more worthy of being a career than mothering the children you bring into the world.
That God will guide you to make decisions about career and family that reflect the priority that rearing children should have in a Christian home.
Discuss: What are some prices children sometimes pay for both parents working outside the home?