Tuesday, April 15


Aaron's newest pastime...

(it is sporadic, but this was a Particularly Exciting Trip, the details of which I will spare you)

This book is great, BTW. I just love the illustrations. (If Elephants Wore Pants)

Aaron is quite happy for a chance at a playtime friend. (although he fools you with his expression in this photo) He's quite a social child.

And his favorite hat - from Grandpa Muth! He just loves wearing a hat like daddy!

More photos here

And he's developing QUITE an independent streak. Fun. At least he comes by it honestly. I seem to remember that his mother also shares the independent streak. Another chance for God's mercy and grace to be shown!!! I've never been burdened quite as much for any soul as I am for the souls of my child(ren). I suppose every lost person should cause me such concern. Lord, give me a heart for those who do not know YOU!!


ruth said...

What? You? Independent? NO!

Cute, cute pictures, by the way! I love the grumpy one on the couch. :)

Alicia said...

Nice pictures! Your little guy is such a cutie. And it looks like he's got his own wonderful unique personality. :) Awesome news about the potty sitting! A positive attitude about the potty is the first step. Never read that book, I'll have to check it out.

Rosemary and Dale said...

Love the pictures! VERY cute one of Aaron with his Grandpa Muth's hat! Good thing that you are taking lots of pictures for memories. Neither of us are big Country Music fans but Trace Adkins' song is so true: "You're gonna miss this, you're gonna want this back. You're gonna wish these days hadn't gone by so fast." Love Aunt Rosemary

Rachel said...

Cute pictures:). I love the father-son photos, especially the one where Aaron is on his little potty. We have/had that same potty/step stool for Michael. He only uses it as a step stool now but it worked well for us! :) Keep up the good work and enjoy your fun little man!

Life in Lewisburg said...

I find it is our children that teach us to go out of our comfort zone to love those who do not know or love God. If you ever have a child who is a prodical it really teaches you to love the lost even more. It's funny because we should be doing this anyway. But God knows what's it's like to love his children and they turn their backs on him. Thats why He sent His son.
I'm thankful. I also pray for the lost children even my own prodical and I pray for myself because I can be a prodical too.
Love, Shelley