Monday, August 13, 2012

The Final K Blessing

We were blessed to experience our fourth, and final, Asbury Kindergarten Blessing Service.
Although it is a blessing, it is also a time of grieving for this Momma of Four.

I have realizing after sending three of my baby birds off to school, that once they start...I hardly see them again (well, at least til' the next summer). Their teachers actually have more time with them than I do...that's an unsettling feeling - even when you love & adore their teachers!
The wonderful way to combat that uncomfortable feeling is to PRAY for my children.
That is one of the BEST gifts that my own mother passed down to me. She isn't a woman of many words, but she a woman of many prayers.
Speaking of prayers, Pastor Gloria did a wonderful job leading the Blessing Service.
Owen surrounded by family love
Our Beloved Baby Boy 
Time to celebrate with cake & punch!
(And an awesome scrapbook...of which my boy wasn't quite calm enough to sit and work on - too much excitement and energy goin' on - this will be an awesome home project) :-)

"Think what a better world it would be if we all, the whole world, had cookies and milk about three o'clock every afternoon and then lay down on our blankets for a nap."

Author: Barbara Jordan

Ark Community Friends 
(Mom & Dad's Sunday School Friends' Kiddos)
Do you see an indication of which one of these 5 may end up being a bit of a Class Clown?! 
:-)))
This boy brings me SO.MUCH.JOY
Julia & Owen
(J is comes from a fellow BK HS sweetheart couple)
O with the Crockett Cuties
Mighty Owen - seriously...this is how he initially posed!
All I really need to know... I learned in kindergarten.
Robert Fulghum
3 more sleeps 'til the Big Day!!!!!

3 comments:

momof3girls said...

Oh how time passes! I can not believe its that time! You are a wise woman and your mom has blessed you by being such a godly example of a faith strong, praying mom! I enjoyed your post today. Pray on girl.

Heather said...

Class Clown?! I say would be a toss up between him and Connor! :) Let's hope they aren't in the same class..poor teacher! :)

Jonni Baloney said...

I can't believe he's in Kindergarten!