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May 27, 2014

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Kimberly

They are just darling. :) Recipe please??

L

Kayla's apron is so cheerful, i love the overlay fabric

Marla

I love these pictures so much! So sweet. The bread looks delicious! Have a beautiful day!

Mandy

Adorable pictures! Kayla is growing up to be a great baker. Her bread is delicious!

Jane Cherie

Teaching is the most difficult part but I agree how wonderful it is to spend time with children. Your little ones are beautiful! Very nice pictures!

Judy Morgan

Love that first picture! Your daughters are so blessed!

Lobke

I now follow your blog for about a year and I just love your pictures!

Do you make photobooks of all these pictures for your girls?

Greetings from Holland!

marta martins

You are and have a really inspiring family ... thank you so mutch for the moments that you provide me xxx Martinha

Charla

Your comments made me smile! Thank you for brightening my day!

Lobke,
The only photo book I have finished is one about Lily's adoption story. She loves looking at it! Someday I want to make a photo book for each year we have had kids.
I have been working on a 2013 family photo book and it is almost finished! I will try to share photos of it after it is printed.

Kimberly,
Here is the recipe. My Mom got this recipe from a sweet friend when I was a little girl. I have made it many times!

WHEAT BREAD
3 cups water
2 packages yeast
1 TBSP. salt
1/2 cup honey
1/2 cup butter
wheat flour
Measure 1 cup of very warm water and stir in yeast. In two cups of hot water, add salt, honey, and butter. After butter melts, add yeast and water mixture. Stir in flour until it is no longer sticky. Knead several minutes. Put it greased bowl and let rise until double. Roll into loaves, put in pans, and let rise approx. 30 minutes. Bake at 400 until golden brown.

xox
Charla

Lobke

Charla, I'm already looking forward to it! I'm almost finished with a book for my dad of his life so far ;)

Charla

What an amazing keepsake that will be, Lobke!
I want to make a book about my parent's when they were growing up someday too:)

Rita Vulgamore

Beautiful pictures~I love how you are taking time to teach your "kids" what is important in life!

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