this weekend my family went to an amusement park.
and although our smallest is too small to ride almost all the rides, we still managed to have a good time. --it's amazing how fruit snacks can keep a child busy while waiting for his brothers. i tell yah.
here are the boys on the teacups. they think they're a pretty big deal... in a teacup... all grown up.
you know what's fun?
going around and around in a mini-covered wagon with your knees by your ears in the hot, hot sun whilst a young child who can't keep still keeps standing up to look around.
good, good times, friends.
the hubs took gabe and judah on a roller coaster that they did NOT enjoy and while riding, judah yelled at his daddy saying, "why do you keep taking us on rides we don't like?!!"
which i thought was funny. judah informed me it was not. ;)
it was a fun day of hilarious children, an amusement-park-obsessed hubs, and the texas heat. i look around me and i think about how our lives would be different if God had not blessed us with our boys. teacups would be much less fun.
and over this weekend i fell in love with this blog right here. ashley ann writes it and it's phenomenal! exaggerating? nope.
i found it as a link on ann voskamp's blog. and then when i visited the site, it had a link to their adoption story.
it's such a moving testimony. and you can see God's hand in all of it. because that's how He rolls.
so check out her blog. she lives in oklahoma and i live in texas so i'm pretty sure we can make a long-distance friendship work, right?
hope your weekend was relaxing or fun... or both. --be an overachiever.