(Side note: it is so nice to be reading this on a big computer screen and typing with an actual keyboard. I've come to really loathe smartphones.)
Per usual, I have an assortment of pictures to help with my story telling, so prepare to witness my life in the past month and some with a bit of visual aid. With that being said; brace yourselves, pictures are coming.
As of my last blog, we were still at my parents' house, enjoying their satellite tv and free rent.
|Showin' daddy luvins.|
And move we did! Our house wasn't (and still isn't completely) finished when we moved in, but gosh, do I love this house. My, how God has blessed us with this home. There's plenty of room, a beautiful setting, a great yard, and my own stinking closet! I promised you pictures of the finished product, and I will deliver, but I haven't taken any yet, so y'all are just gonna have to be patient.
Anyways, we moved in about mid-August, just in time for us to prepare for one of the biggies as far as parenting goes: the first day of (pre-)school!
|It was hard to get Mr. camera-hog out of the pictures for Noah's first day of school shot. Somebody takes after his mother and really like the camera.|
And then, friends, we went to the beach!
|Too cool. So ready.|
|Witten's first day on the sand, he wasn't so sure of things.|
|Just like last time, Noah loved it|
|Our house! that beautiful house!|
|the view from out front deck was stunning. The first day we were there, we watched a couple get married two houses to our left.|
|We loved begin there with Bebe and Papa and Aunt Melissa and Uncle Justin.|
|We went kite flying an para-sailing. We all enjoyed trying new things on this trip.|
|Yup. ALL of us tried new things.|
Then we returned to real life and got back to going to school, putting our house together, attending church, and hangin' with good friends.
|My hairstylist is super skilled. And pretty.|
|See? It runs in the family.|
|Le beautiful bride and I after getting our hair did.|
Forgive me, Lord for my shortcomings. Thank You, loving Father, for more than making up for my weakness with your unyielding strength. For covering my flawed nature with your perfect love. For perfectly loving me, despite my floundering love for You. And thank You, Lord, for these guys: