I am still learning how to pray. I have written a few entries now on “Teach Us How to Pray”, however, in many ways I did not feel as though I was implementing them. So I was maybe giving you, readers, the impression that I have mastered it and am welcoming each sunrise on my knees before Him…walking thru each verse with a perfectly orchestrated prayer. Well, dears, that is so not true. So I felt a conviction and am still working on disciplining my prayer life more. Sure, I can talk to my Abba throughout the day, wherever I am and there is FREEdom to do that. But I do believe there is a deeper level He invites us to…that is where I long to be.
June was the due date month for our 3rd little one. I really felt as though this place needed to take the wayside so I could be intentional in this month. It was a sacred space in time that could not be relived…this time of our little family before we expanded and met the new one. So it was a beautiful month and I am thankful for this little hiatus.
These are some last shots of pregnancy #2…(do not worry…I am not still pregnant…;) )
Rohan, in Sanskrit, means “to ascend”
Jude means “to praise”
We pray that on this crazy pilgrimage of life,our Father would pursue and rescue little Rohan’s heart and cause him “to ascend in praise” throughout all of his days and journeys.
|oh my. he is delicious and all kinds of wonderful|
|Rohan a few days old…getting some necessary sun|
|this is when Adam and Elliot met Rohan the morning after he was born;)|
|the boys with one of our favorite friends;)|
|Adam giving a dental exam to dad?|
|Adam playing peekaboo|
|hydrangeas! they grow right outside our front door! and this dapper young man brings them to me;)|
|everyone was happy when didi came back from DTS|
|elliot has had lots of time with his dad this summer;)|
|elliot and rohan|
|elliot loving on rohan|
|for your comic relief (after all my rambling)…this is me carrying a slingshot (naturally) while walking to a checkup for Rohan at a week old. you guys, the monkeys in the mountains are fierce. a mama has to do what a mama has to do;) am i right?|