"But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us." 2 Corinthians 4:7
my, the pool party was a s-u-c-c-e-s-s. what a blessing that Adia & Jada have both exciting dad and careful mom. you are a great team for your daughters.
How fun!!!!!!!! So adorable and funny! Jon knows just how to have fun with them, glad the girls enjoyed the sprays! Hoping you have many more of those hot summer days because it looks like it those pool parties will create many happy, jolly days! Amy, might want to keep a big pitcher filled with water nearby so you dont have to duck your head into the pool to get a mouthfull of water. hee.Blessings... Heidi C. ps. finally, i signed up to get a google account so I could comment on your blog.:)Yea!!
SOOOOOOOOOO cute!!! You and Jon are such fun parents! I need to go out and get Charlie a little pool too! I NEED to see those girls again...I'm having withdrawal! Maybe see you guys next weekend!
What a fun post!! Tell Jon he's a great daddy! : )
Another great capture of your day!!! Loved it. Our girls played in water today, too. Maybe they can all play together sometime! :)Loved their swimsuits and towels....so cute!
What fun. Dads are all about bending the rules a bit, aren't they? Your girls are SO STINKN' CUTE!! My mom was on your blog the other day and told me, maybe you and Andy should go for one more... :-0
how precious!! I absolutely LOVE this post and how fun you two are making parenthood. Those fun memories and those great pictures you will always have. So sweet!!
Proof once again that there are very good reasons that God decided kids need a Mom AND a Dad! So cute!
OH SO CUTE! I was dying laughing throughout the entire post! So funny! The girls' in their bikinis are so darling!! I just wanted to reach through the screen and squeeze them!
How fun! Sooo cute! :)
Hey.. Just read your May 21st post re: attachment, etc... Not that I have great advice, but Avo did significantly improve in all of this after about 3-4 months.. I hope the same is true for you. It is difficult. In the end I attributed it to the difficulty of adjustment. I am a somewhat militant mother though and expect at least a one to one and a half hour nap so I would let him hang out just to teach him it is not time to get up yet. I did compromise at night with the CIO for three-four months (until 8 mos of age and still and dealing with it a bit) due to my feeling that he was not handling it well. I would just set a date to look forward to like two-four weeks later and hope that by that time I could re-evaluate and make another decision regarding it. Sometimes I just needed someone to say I am sorry and it is difficult while they understood how thankful I was for such a beautiful child inside and out. Love, J
Love the swimsuits!!! And of course the pictures of your sweethearts :)
those girls' bikinis are adorable! daddies are great at making play time that much more fun ( : this will be a fun summer for you guys since they love the water so much!
Isn't God's design for the family AWESOME! We need BOTH parents, both perspectives on life because we are so different. I'm glad you waited for daddy too.
Those girls are in for a treat with a daddy like Jonny! They will be in water skis by next summer!! :)
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