The big hospital doors swung open, and Big Papa strolled confidently through. Carrying a 4 lb 14 ozish package in each hand. (📸 credit: Julia)
The future awaits.
These days are filled with baby snuggles for those of us who haven’t succumbed to the flu.
We love that Isaiah Stan (on the left) favors his great Grandad Stanley Horst. And Uriah Ray (on the right) is a little Sherman Ray II.
The boys are doing well- hungry little beavers, who are growing to be mighty men.
This super excited Grandfather is trying to break them in slowly- he only scheduled one business call for them to sit in on for yesterday’s visit. He’s been exploring their preferences as far as trucks go, and who wants to run the cutter, or the combine. But so far- he doesn’t have a work commitment from them. They just watch him with big solemn eyes.
Grandmother Rhodes at 91 is exciting meet her second set of Great-Grands. (📸 credit: Sherman)
Mother found a verse in Psalms while thinking about these little blessings and what their future will be. A promise to all of us: For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations. Ps 100:5
Our hearts (and hands) are full.
Thank you, Jesus!