Right now she is working at a bakery and as a nanny. In January she is planning on moving to Nicaragua for almost a year! She got accepted into an internship program where she will be working at a school helping kids better their English and teaching them about art and Jesus. I am going to miss her like crazy but I am so excited to see God working in her life.
It has almost been a year since she gave her heart to Jesus and He has radically changed her life. I stand in awe of what He has done.
I love this girl to the moon and back! She shines so bright.
Recently I was reading Kara Tippett's blog and it made me feel so grateful for each year God has given me. What a blessing it is to be with my husband and watch my kids grow up.
The last few months my sweet man has been asking what I wanted to do to celebrate the big 4-0 and I finally decided yesterday…we are going on a little road trip! Hopefully I will get fun pictures and make good memories along the way. Talk to you soon!
Me, just home from the hospital. Thank you Dad and Mom for having me:)
is for listening to music, processing pictures, and working on our 2015 family book.
This summer I decided to hire Kayla one day a week to take care of Lily while I work on my computer. She is the best babysitter and makes everything fun! I wish I would have had this idea a long time ago.
Photo taken by Kayla on Lily Day.
Six years ago we brought her home from South Korea and she met her brother and sisters for the first time. You can see the pictures here.
Each year we celebrate by eating Asian food and taking her to the Korean market to pick out a few things. Last year we had this pink Asian party. This year we are going to pick up some food at our favorite Asian restaurant and go to the park for a picnic. It is hard to believe how fast the years are flying by!