Girl Time.



Sometime's there is nothing sweeter than time with my girl. We both have a thing for cookies... who doesn't? Especially when they're warm and with a cup of cold milk. Libby also happens to be pretty crazy about cookie dough. This is one of my favorite ways to do cookies. We didn't have a lot of time before Samuel would wake up from his nap... so I just used this container from Trader Joe's. Oh so yum. I am so thankful to have my two precious children. I am thankful that I have been given the privilege to train these two little ones and hopefully help them to grow to love God and to glorify Him with their lives. I'm also thankful for the special times I get to spend with my kids one-on-one. Libby and I did a lot of laughing and I got down on the kitchen floor and tickled her a bit. I know that these kinds of times are ones that I won't regret. I won't look back later and say, "Why wasn't the kitchen floor clean?" or "If only my house was immaculate." Instead I will thank God for the memories I've made with my children, for the time I spent with them, learning, laughing, and loving. We only get a chance to do life once. So make it count. Tell the ones you love that you love them. Enjoy life and don't get so caught up in the cares of the day... our lives are just a vapor, a mist. Here today and gone tomorrow. Live life for God and enjoy the gifts He's given you.

Comments

Michelle said…
What a great picture of Libby smiliing with her cookie. And what a great reminder to spend your time wisely. That is, making memories vs. being task focused. :-)
Ashleigh said…
Girl time -- yes, it's so wonderful! :-)
Emily said…
Hey Jennifer,
Cookie dough is the best!! I could live on it! Girl time IS good too!:)
Fafa said…
This iws so precious. Love the pictures........you capture the kids so well...love the
toofers and the Prince who loves the princess, We love you all.
fafa

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