Friday, August 29, 2008

More Kindergarten pics

Posted by PicasaTop picture: Mrs. Myers, my teacher
Next picture: My friend Deric
Middle picture: waiting to go inside
Bottom: Here we go. We are ready for a new year.

My First Week of Kindergarten

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This was my first week of Kindergarten. I go on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Today we didn’t have school even though it is Friday. I get to spend the day at home with Mommy. We went to get a doughnut at the Fractured Prune. My teacher’s name is Mrs. Myers. Damian, Leighland, and Deric are in my class. In Bible we talked about how God made everything. In math we talked about left and right, inside and outside, top/middle/bottom, and before/after/between. We also talked about the letter “I”. We had music with Mrs. Gerber, art with Mrs. Kobin, and library with Mrs. Hubler. I checked out a Clifford book to bring home. That is all I want to say about Kindergarten. By Jordan

Sunday, August 17, 2008

A Moment

Last night Jordan came downstairs where I was watching the Olympics. Here is the conversation that happened.
Mommy: Why don't you come snuggle with Mommy?
Jordan: Okay, but only for a moment.
He came over to sit with me. As I cradled him in my arms and hugged and kissed him, I asked:
Mommy: Do you only have one moment in you to snuggle with Mommy?
Jordan: All right, I have two moments for you.
Mommy: How long is a moment?
Jordan: One hundred and 42 minutes.

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Baby Samuel

Tuesday, August 5 was a sad day for our family. We lost the precious baby that we had waited a long time for. Baby Samuel was born at 16 weeks. We chose the name Samuel because Hannah had waited so long for her son and then had to give him back to God. We know that some day we will get to see him in Heaven, but we ache for not being able to watch him grow and see him here on earth. The staff at Womens and Babies Hosptial was so wonderful and we are grateful for God's direction in helping us choose that hospital for the delivery of our baby. We felt as if the nurses were grieving right along with our family and that was a comfort to us. We did get to hold Samuel and were amazed at how anyone could say that a 16 week old baby is just a fetus. He had 10 tiny fingers and toes that the nurses captured the prints of for us in model magic. They spent was seemed like an hour taking pictures for us to remember him by. Through the hospital's Share program we will be having him buried along with other stillborn and miscarried infants on September 9. We greatly appreciate all the support we have received from our friends and relatives at this time of sorrow. We can feel all the prayers offered up for us at this time and we need them. We know God has a wonderful plan for us through all that has happened, it is just so hard to wait and see what that is. Thank you again for all of you who have thought of us at this time.