This is a very special family to me. A little weird for some, but "NORMAL" to me. These beautiful children belong to my 1st husband David and his beautiful wife Angela. We have been blessed with a loving relationship to co-parent our son Ethan. I know that most people do not have a good relationship with their ex spouses, but with the Grace of God we have managed. We have laughed, cried, honored and respected each other and their family. I hope that as the years pass, we are still this brave in our journey to co-parent our wonderful son. This family is a Godly family and has seen there share of sorrow. They have lost more than most will ever know. Both Angela and David have shown strength that I have little understanding of. They have shown faith and determination that leave me speechless. With this I have a love and respect for you both as a mom, dad, daughter, son and most of all as a loving Couple. I hope that our son is taking notes, so that he will grow to be a honorable man like both of his dads and will look for a wife like yours. Hugs to you both. Your are in my prayers!
This evening after dinner we set out to find some great places for pictures. We ended up in Fink park, across from UCO. I am learning how to work my camera, getting used to all the differnt setting. This time it was the F-stop. Kinda mind bottling;0)! lol Anywho, this is what I ended up with. Hope you enjoy!
I was wanting to play with my camera without the flash, so natural light it is. Stacy & I have always loved the old ice house building, and I wanted to get some shot of it to see what it would look like on film. SO, here are some of the pictures that I thought were good enough to put on here. What do you think?
7 weeks old yesterday! He is smiling. Oh what a wonderful feeling as a parent when you know that your baby is smiling just for you. It makes my heart melt. I am in deep trouble when he gets older and worms his way out of trouble with this crooked little grin. All of his brother's have beautiful smiles, so I guess that it runs in the family. It seems that the world has came into focus for this little guy. He is paying attention to lots of details and follow me with his eyes as I walk across the room. He loves to look at his older brother when they talk to him. They are completely taken with him, that is until he learns to crawl and starts after toys. Tabor is sleeping most of the night, but must wake at least once for a feeding. (He has to keep the cheeks chubby.) He is growing so fast, it seem that I blink and he has changed from a newborn to a infant. Oh the joy that this little guy brings to this family!