My favorite Easter Peeps right here...all 11 grandchildren and their parents were at the cabin to celebrate Easter last Sunday.
Yep...all 22 (and yes, I am counting our grandbaby in utero) of our family plus my dear 85-year-old father-in-law Kenny.
For the first Christmas in 4 years, I can post a photo of my 11 grandchildren without covering any of their precious faces!
Nothing touches me more at Christmas than the sweet voices of children singing Christmas songs to Jesus.
This year's Christmas tree is definitely the tallest as well as the most beautiful tree I think Kim and I have ever had in our 42 Christmases together.
Interrupting my series of blogs about our Patagonia/Antarctica trip to share a few Christmas posts. I'll continue with the Antarctic tales after the first of the year.
Our 3 1/2-year-old grandson Daniel keeps us all guessing.
Our church hosted its annual Trunk-or-Treat...and the Maasai Momma and her Maasai warrior were handing out candy (something a true Maasai knows little about...)!
Day-after-Christmas celebration with the whole family...22 of us...was a great day of fun at the cabin!
Kim and I started a new Christmas tradition this year. Since our normal Christmases with Mama are now just wonderful memories, it was time to do something different.
A favorite music teacher always said that the most beautiful musical instruments God ever created were the voices of children.