27 November, 2010

Endearing and Enduring

Endearing and enduring are not the names of these babies, but rather the moments that will remain from these past few days. Think of this photo (left) as an update from one (below) taken earlier this summer! Yes, long after the turkey left-overs are a distant memory and the platters are put away, it's these endearing moments that will remain. This morning, as I was in the kitchen preparing breakfast I looked up to see this sight; my Dad reading a book to Mason, I don't know which one was enjoying story time more.
One more moment to treasure...
Life is Good!
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13 comments:

Colleen said...

You are blessed! I envy you your wonderful family!

CarlaHR said...

I just had to say that the photo of your Dad with Mason is wonderful. Enjoy your time together.

Ancestor Collector said...

Awwwww!!!! What a great time for your family! Hi to your Mom and Dad from me. :-)

Quiltdivajulie said...

Your heart must simply feel like bursting with love . . . thank you for sharing these priceless photos!

Karen said...

What wonderful photos! The babies are so sweet and are really growing! Mason is a cutie! Enjoy these blessings from God.

Barb said...

What a sight.....yes...these are the moments to cherish. Lovely babies.

The Quilting Pirate said...

I just loving seeing your beautiful family! Thank you so much Jan for sharing them with us!

Adrienne said...

We are blessed! Sometimes it's those 'little' moments that stay in our hearts long after the big days have passed.
~Adrienne~

Barb said...

Beautiful, and made me smile to see the babies, the mommies and Mason reading with Great-Grandpa, and a treasure to have these pictures. Blessings in your family for sure! Have a wonderful week!

Domestic Designer said...

Looks like a perfect Thanksgiving!

Libby said...

Precious.

Teresa said...

I think God's timing is perfect and for some reason, today I chose to skip down my list of blogs and read yours. I have not been at church in quite awhile as I usually spend Sunday mornings with my father in the nursing home. Reading you Thanksgiving post and remembering how much I love that hymn too, touched my heart. Thanks for always being a great faith witness.

Carrie P. said...

Life is definitely good for you and your family.