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Comment by Jasmine on January 26, 2011 at 5:01pm

One more day to enter this beautiful and feminine giveaway by Lilla Rose.

 

Comment by Carla MacLachlan on January 22, 2011 at 1:59pm
In these challenging days for moms it is more important than ever that we hold fast to biblical principals and encourage one another to stand on the promises of God. In doing so our children will hear the truth and have in consistently modeled for them.
Comment by Dawn Odell on January 22, 2011 at 1:57pm

Inspiring And Touching Interview With Joshua Davis Published Author.

We are excited at Angels of Inspiration. Any time we get an opportunity to hear of someone making a difference it touches our heart. We cant wait to share this amazing heart felt interview with our dear friends and family at Angels of Inspiration.
 

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Comment by Jasmine on January 20, 2011 at 6:24pm

Ladies, I have a feminine and lovely giveaway going on at Far Above Rubiessponsored by Lilla Rose.

 

 

Comment by Heather Shaw Riggleman on January 19, 2011 at 10:09am

Any Mama's of Tweens? Join me and comment on my latest post. SAVED BY LOVE I FOLLOW BACK TOO! :-)

Comment by Sharla on January 18, 2011 at 8:57pm

Katherine,

I have been homeschooling our kids for ten years, though this year our oldest went to school and it's been such a positive experience.  My favourite thing about it is that I am able to teach my kids about character and shape who they will be as adults.  There are hard things about homeschooling too though, so prayer is good advice.

 

Sharla 

http://www.pocketsofchange.wordpress.com

Comment by Sharla on January 18, 2011 at 8:53pm
oops, that meant to say "due to complications", not "die to complications"!
Comment by Sharla on January 18, 2011 at 8:52pm

Heather,

We had two bio. kids, then die to complications during my second pregnancy that prevented another, we adopted two.  We thought we were done at four kids, but that little nagging wasn't done for me.  Three years later, we were blessed to be able to adopt the birth sister of one of our daughters, bringing our total to five kids, but God was not done with our family yet.  A year and a half ago, we adopted siblings from Ethiopia.  I've stopped saying "we're done" because only God knows that.

I have often heard people say that they regret not having more children, but you don't often hear people say that they wish they wouldn't have had that last one!

Comment by Heather Shaw Riggleman on January 18, 2011 at 8:47pm

Ok since no one on here KNOWS me, I'm spilling it! I've been dealing with infertilty for the last two years. I have 3 kids. 11, 4, and 2. At the age of 15 I was told I would never have children and then two years later I graduated high school with my baby girl in my belly. My husband and I did nothing to prevent pregnany after my 1st one and 8 years later I became preggo with my 2nd. After my son, we wanted to 'complete' our family and went through all the testing. Several infertilty issues later and several rounds of clomid, we had our 3rd child. I thought our family was complete, if so why do I desire another child so strongly? Especially when I know we cant really afford it, and dont really have the room, besides knowing there would be sleepless nights again?

Insight please????

Comment by Casey Martinez on January 18, 2011 at 11:55am

http://jcmfamily.blogspot.com/2011/01/painting-1-or-painting-2.html

 

which one do you like better and why>? just for fun I'd love to hear your feedback:)

 

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