Monday, December 29, 2008

I've got my 8!

My kiddos are all here (except the 3 who went home with their parents). Our three who are staying with their uncle across state are here for 3 nights! :) It's been WONDERFUL! I would be so happy if we could somehow keep this lovely, large, hectic group of kiddos. My oldest girl is downstairs singing with my niece on the American Idol PlayStation game we got for Christmas. My 7 year old and 6 year old boys are watching them. The other group is up here playing with Transformers. I love the sound of them laughing together. Ahhhhhhhh..... Music to my ears. It will be sad tomorrow when the three leave.
Happy Monday everyone!


Anonymous said...

Dear Jenny,

It sounds like you had a blessed Christmas. I have not been blogging much since I am devoting my time to my family; they do not like me on the computer much, and I try only to blog early in the morning…it is not so early anymore today, but they are all still asleep anyway.

Lots of love to you!
Hope :)

P.S. I love children, too, and I wish I had at least 8!

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful family! I know it was sad to have the three go but what a sweet blessing it was to have them all together!

I am sorry it has been so long since I have visited! We have all been sick at some point in the past 2 to 3 weeks so it has been more chaotic than normal around here!

Love you my sister!

Blessed With 4 said...

Just beautiful. How nice you were all able to be together.
Blessings, BJ

Anonymous said...

What a happy and beautiful picture -- everyone looks so happy! And the little guys on the left with the blue eyes? He has some mischief on his mind! I know that look well from my own kiddos -- (okay and me too).

So glad it's been a beautiful time for you!

socialworkbarbie said...

Hi! I recently found your blog from the Wife's Biblical Submission bible study blog. I am a social worker in the field of foster care and adoption, so I hope you don't mind if I follow your adventures...I am very interested and inspired by your stories! Thanks for sharing...and for all you do for those kids!