My prayer is that my children will have women in addition to my mom, myself, and my sister to help to shape and mold them. I'm thankful for Sunday school teachers, godly school teachers, and friends who love on my children.
I am so proud to be the mother of Erin. She's beautiful, sensitive, kind and funny, and has the best smile ever. She is compassionate and has a style that is all her own. My favorite quote from Erin is, "Mom, they don't expect me to match." Erin has yet to discover the extent of her own strength or the power she has when she invests into the lives of the smaller children at church. She hears her own drummer and gets down to it when you least expect it. She is a voracious reader, and I love her dearly. One day I can see her as a teacher. She gets plenty of practice in her room. OR, I can see her being a missionary in a foreign land. I can't wait to see what God has in store for her.
Erin is my heart. She is the first to have made me a mom. She is my treasure, my joy.
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He is charming and winsome...when he wants to be. He can be charasmatic and engaging, but he can also be challenging and head-strong. All these wonderful characteristics is what will make him a good leader...some day.
He is a man among boys. He can play with his sister, yet put on his swagger when the big guys come around. He loves to be outside in the dirt and in nature shoeless feeling nature at his feet.
Pearce is handsome and has grown women not to mention little girls wrapped around his finger, but it's up to me to make sure he treats them like ladies and not become a lady-killer.
He is my challenge, my joy. He is the reason I can't be still for long. He is the reason I am a mom who thinks quickly on my toes. And for all his manliness, he loves to do crafts with his momma, read the Bible with his momma, and cuddle with his momma.