Wo ai ni."
Pronounced Waw eye nee.
It means I love you in Chinese. : )
Made this mommy's day!
3 hours ago
|Today when DH came home from work Chloe saw him first and|
and gave him a great big hug!
Until today she has been a little hesitant and unsure of daddy.
She totally melted and blessed his heart.
Oh and I'm sure it is just a matter of time and she will have him
wrapped around one of her fingers too! Just like Jaden and Sarah.
He will turn the hearts of fathers to their children and
the hearts of the children to their fathers. Malachi 4:6a
We love to go down to Sierra Vista on the fourth of July. They have
an awesome firework display. It has become our little tradition
to stay with our oldest son and his family a couple of days and enjoy
the show. Due to the terrible wildfires the fireworks were canceled.
So we decided to just stay home and watch the
firework show from our backyard. (We missed all of you!)
Daddy also surprised the girls with sparklers and some low ground
fireworks. The rains came and cooled things down and made it very
|Happy 4th of July!|
|Last night when we were getting ready to eat dinner Chloe |
starting trying to tell us something. We weren't sure at first what
she was saying. So I asked several different questions and she just
kept shaking her head no. Then I realized she wanted to pray for
our dinner and she very excitedly shook her head yes and reached
for mine and Jaden's hand and bowed her sweet little head and
began to pray.
It went like this: "Mumble, mumble, mumble", and
then, "Xie xie Jesus food. Amem".
(Xie xie means thank you in Chinese)