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March 23, 2009

News. . .

Today has been interesting, filled with news fromall over. There have been many emotions and events and I am finding myself wondering, but at the same time thanking God for all He is and all He is doing.

Baby Stellan (MckMuffin), from My Charming Kids is in the hospital today. His heart is causing him trouble. Please pray for this family. Head on over to MckMama's blog and read what she has to say. She does a much better job of explaining what is going on then I ever could.

I also found out today, that a dear friend has just bought a house AND.....her and her husband are expecting TWINS (!!!!!!) the beginning of Sept. I am SO thrilled and excited for them. I am filled with joy and know that they will make wonderful parents. I know the road ahead will not always be easy, but I am SO SO SO happy for them :) :) :) :) :) :) :)

Just another reason why it is hard being so far away from some of my friends. I would love to run over and give her a hug or bring her a meal or take her dog for a walk so she can sleep. But 1400km is a little long for a day trip!

MOPS this morning... nothing went as planned. But it wasn't a bad thing, just different. The moms that were there spent the time just talking. Connecting in a way that we haven't really had a chance to do. It was a good thing that *nothing* that was planned happened, for this morning was restful and spent cultivating some friendships.

It's freezing rain out right now. And that doesn't really bother me. The roads are slippery, my driveway is most definately a skating rink but we aren't going anywhere so it makes no difference to this little family.

Tomorrow Alexandra has her first gymnastics class. She's really looking forward to it! Oh and big news....She is fully potty trained!! SO VERY PROUD of that little girl right now (lollipops do wonders)!

Anyway, I am tired and it is getting late. Off to watch some t.v with Troy and sunggle up in my warm bed.

2 comments:

Catherine said...

I love the 6 exclamation marks. And can I just say I woke this morning and I am still grinning and giddy in excitement for her! I am such a geek.
And go Alexandra! On her way to being a big girl. It seems like it went relatively painless for you? She didn't display too much of her parents stubborness ;)

Life with Kaishon said...

Your friend is expecting twins : ). That is SO exciting! Have fun at gymnastics!