Saturday, November 21, 2009



I am currently "in bed"--as much as you can be with eight kids and a husband gone to church--with strep throat. It seems as if my immune system is shot (the first time I ventured out of the house in over a week and I pick up this nasty bacterial bug). Praying for the Lord to minister to me during this time and keep my little ones happy and content--which by God's grace, is usually the case!


The photos show:
(please excuse the quality)
1.Enoch saying cheese when he was in a crisis--he is so sweet.
2. Ezra on a trip with daddy to the chuch farm
3. Eliza, Elianah and Elyssa looking like "laura in little house."
4. Eryn and her chicken

7 comments:

BETHANY said...

Strep is such a honkin' bummer. I got it back in January. Maybe February. All I know is it was basketball season.

I homebirth, so I'm no wimp about pain, but I thought I was going to die. I don't need pain meds for delivering a baby, but I was one happy camper when I got them for my throat!!! :)

Praying you're feeling better soon!

Sophie Neri said...

So sorry to hear that you have strep throat. I will be praying for a quick recovery for you .I love the pictures of the kids, so precious!
Blessings

Sophie Neri said...

So sorry to hear you have strep throat. I will be praying for a quick recovery for you. Love the pictures, the kids are precious
Blessings

blessedmomto7 said...

OH HONEY! Praying right now for your healing and protection!

Are These Kids All Yours? said...

Next to my children of course...yours are just so beautiful.

StillMe842 said...

Aww you get better fast Momma! Your children are gorgeous and the glory of the Lord is all over them! They're truly a testimony of what happens when the children of God are obedient! Thank you for all that you do! To God be all the glory!!

Adeye said...

Oh my goodness, my friend. We are away on a little vacation, but I just had to check in and see how you're doing. I am sooooo sorry you have the nasty strep. Ugh! No fun at all. Trusting that you will be feeling so much better in no time. REST as much as you can.