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may we always GO!

Kimmy LaMee

Our little gal is growing UP! Yesterday she left with her Nana and PopPop to go and visit her cousins, and aunt, and uncle in Maryland.  She was so excited! In fact, she got very little sleep the night before because she just couldn't wait to "go to Baltimore"! We counted down the sleeps. We packed her bags, blanket, her dolly, and a few books for the road - and off she went... not even looking back... 

It brought up a lot of thoughts and emotions in my heart yesterday as we sent her to surprise the gals. Will she be safe? What if something happens to her? And I was brought back to the special day when Dan and I committed before family and friends to raise her to love Jesus and that she was not ours. She's HIS and HE will watch over her far better than I could.

My prayer for this sweet girl is that she will always GO! She will GO across the street and be a kind neighbor. She will GO to that friend who feels all alone at recess. She will GO to the tough and hard places and share Jesus. And my prayer for Dan and I, is that we will always be behind her, encouraging her to GO, sending her out, and of course, shedding some tears along the way... 

In order to foster a "going heart" in Ivey and Nora, it has to start with us and it has to start now, even when Ivey is only 2 and Nora is just 7 weeks old.  We have to go. We have to prepare. We have to teach them about Jesus and pray for them consistently that they will one day know and love the one we serve. We have to teach them about the world and loving others. 

What are ways or opportunities to foster a "going heart" in your home? 

May we always GO! 

one month later

Kimmy LaMee

I'm a whole month already (well actually I'm older but mommy has been busy...) This month has flown by so mommy says. She actually says "the days go by slow but the time is flying by..." I'm eating LOTS and sleeping LOTS and daddy and mommy both think I'm quite the snuggly baby girl. My big sister LOVES me - sometimes a little too much! She always wants to hold me. I hope she'll always love me, even when I take her toys!! Everyone seems to be adjusting well to my arrival, even Nola. Speaking of NOLA, why in the world did daddy and mommy name me something so close to the dog's name... I never know if they are talking to me or not and NOLA stays quite confused! We'll figure it out next month maybe... 

of course big sister, Ivey, had to get in the pics! 

of course big sister, Ivey, had to get in the pics! 

Welcome to our little family


We welcomed Eleanor (Nora) Catherine to our family on August 30th and she's just made our family a bit more complete since she came! Big Sis Ivey is loving her and loving giving kisses and squeezes and helping mommy and daddy. We give thanks to our glorious Father who gave this great gift to us.

Our Growing Little Family

Kimmy LaMee

Our little family of three... 

Will soon be a family of FOUR!

We are excited to welcome "Little Bit 2" in just a few short weeks! Ivey is convinced that she's having a baby brother, but we won't know that until he or she makes her appearance around September 1st! 

A trip to the Middle East

Kimmy LaMee

We had an amazing opportunity to lead a team to the Middle East to work with refugees about a month ago. We had several purposes for our time there -  to encourage and support the work of some of our friends living there,  as well as to take every opportunity to share Jesus, and encourage those who are struggling and suffering in this region. Many of you have heard about the terrible struggle that refugees are facing right now and the American news really doesn't begin to do it justice! In fact, much of what you hear is sadly not even truth - but that's for another blog... 

Their stories are heartbreaking, their losses are simply overwhelming, yet their spirits seemed unbreakable. As refugee families welcomed us into their "homes", they were filled with moments of joy and laughter. They shared their stories openly and listened as we shared scripture to encourage their weary hearts. They not only listened but they were so very open to the gospel of Jesus Christ. It was simply amazing and I headed back home with a greater passion to pray for my new friends and the hundreds of thousands they represent.  Will you join me and take just a few minutes to pray for refugees around the world who are open to hear the truth right now, yet who are struggling just to live and survive.