Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Sunday, April 24, 2011

He is Risen!!!!

Our Resurrection Morning Celebration began right at 7 am when our two oldest babes crawled into bed with us. We had plans to read the great Truth of Christ overcoming death there, before Fred had to get to church. ...I haven't done a great job this week of planning many meaningful activities for our family surrounding Easter. (I'm not a very good planner to begin with, so at 36+ weeks pregnant...planning is happening even less!) Welp, about 2 seconds into our sweet time together one of our precious children chucked the Bible at the other child's face. Ugh...yep- that's about how our morning went. Let's just say that on Easter morning I was greatly reminded of my desperate need for my Saviour! Thankfully, the day got better and ended up with sweet time with friends and a wonderful time of worship with our church family. And a major bonus in the Broome house: I even got a pretty decent picture of all three kiddos!










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Friday, April 15, 2011

We love you, Shell!

My dear friend, Shelly came to visit us last weekend. We had a great time not doing much of anything. I'm so thankful for Shelly and her friendship over the years. We roomed together the year that we both graduated from college and I think that she's come to visit every place I've lived since then. She is a faithful, loyal, and lifelong friend. We love you, Shelly! Thank you so much for coming to visit!





sweet brothers


Tuesday, April 12, 2011

A Girl and Her Critters



Anna Bell's latest critter obsession has been the multitude of caterpillars that are all around our yard right now. Goodness, that girl loves bugs. She came from the garage, through the house, and out to the porch the other day with a spider in her hand that she found. (We've since made a rule that no spider catching is allowed.) I made AB a little bug box that now holds her caterpillars: I think that we're up to 6 now. (Only 2 have escaped into the house somewhere!) The cool thing is that 3 have cocooned in this little bug box-- so we'll hopefully get to see them change into moths!