Smile, it’s the weekend. Not sure what everyone else is doing but this little guy is going to simply be cute.
Let your smile change the world but don’t let the world change your smile. -Unknown
Today’s photo of the day is once again of my youngest son, Connor. Today he is a week old. I captured this photo a few days ago and thought I would share. Considering his posture, it made me think the following, “Each day we should make time for quiet reflection.”
What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Today’s picture of the day features my 4 day old, Connor. My Sunday afternoon consisted of his routine; Eat, Sleep, Repeat.
A baby will make love stronger, days shorter, nights longer, bankroll smaller, home happier, clothes shabbier, the past forgotten, the future worth living for. (Author Unknown)
Today is a special day. Peyton turns 8. The past 8 years have flown by. The following are a few things that describes Peyton. First he is thorough. He takes pride in his work and wants it done correctly. He pays attention to detail and likes routine. He’s systemic. He has a soft spirit that displays compassion. He’s loving. Who does he love more? Mommy and Daddy!
Here’s a few pics.
The first picture is his bike. He wanted a trick bike, one with the pegs. He was surprised when he saw it. The next picture is the cake Chanelle baked for him. He wanted a Carolina Jersey.
If you’re family, friends, or a part of Peyton’s life in any capacity; what are a few things that you could say that would describe Him?
Radical Obedience is Radical Love
Practical Daily Devotions for the Real World
Pondering Preaching that Shares God's Heart
Proverbs 31:15 "...She provides food for her family..."
Motivating, Mobilizing, and Mentoring others to Live Life in a Passionate Pursuit of God.
A fine WordPress.com site
These are the random ruminations of a man on the run. The goal is to run this race of life well, encouraging as many as I can along the way, and to eventually meet my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ and thank Him for the trip. (I am also prone to shamelessly brag on my perfect grandchildren.)