Today Luke discovered chalk. I mean if we’re being honest though, i probably had alot more fun with it than he did.
Luke gets so excited whenever we walk into the church property and he sees all the kids there for VBS each morning. 😀
We finally got Luke a car seat last week. We are trying to get him used to one for whenever we go to the States.
I dont know who read my blog post awhile back about us processing Lukes DUAL CITIZENSHIP and how God worked so many things out + how we were waiting to get the call if he got approved. Last Saturday I got a call from the Embassy in Manila. I was scared to hear what theyContinue reading “OUR LITTLE DUAL CITIZEN!!”
I feel like it has been forever since I’ve sat down and actually blogged. I’ve missed it! I’ve gotten side-tracked a little with things so i’ve lost focus with my space here. So I thought i’d sit down and write today:) Life has been really great! I feel so lucky to be where I amContinue reading “A FEW THINGS”
We are in the process of trying to get Luke dual citizenship. Because I am American and my husband is Filipino, we are qualified for it. That doesn’t mean they are required to hand it over to us. We’ve spent alot of time praying and asking God to allow us to get it. The processContinue reading “FILING FOR LUKE’S DUAL CITIZENSHIP + A HUGE ANSWER TO PRAYER!”
Sunday Luke and I went with Ryan to hear him preach at a church. It was like an hour away but thankfully Luke slept the whole way!! As soo. As we got there some boys were playing basketball he went right over and started “trying” to talk to all of them. They all were soContinue reading “3 MORE DAYS”
I bawled my eyes out before church last night. I started thinking about my baby boy turning 1 in just a few weeks. I walked into the bathroom to make sure my makeup wasn’t smeared. When I looked in the mirror. I started laughing at myself- I started thinking “WHO ARE YOU?”
Luke is 1 month away from being A YEAR OLD!!! What?!! How?
Four months–we have been home just four short months, but in some ways it seems like four years instead. So much has happened in that short time frame. After an absence of two years from our life, work, and home on the mission field, so much has changed–perhaps, nothing more than we ourselves.