Saturday, March 31, 2012

A Picture a Day: March 24-31


Making some Easter treats. Each different coloured jelly
bean represents a part of the Easter story. The oldest
three were really into it...Jude just stuffed as many candies
into his mouth as he could when he thought I wasn't looking!


I only have 3 shirts left that cover this belly.
Getting dressed for church is getting tricky.

Even though we have a 'school room' with a nice big table,
if I'm working in the kitchen, somehow everyone always
ends up gravitating there. Other than the serious lack of
counter space, I really can't complain tough :)

Daffodils from the garden. Our temperatures have dropped
from a high of 26 last week, to below freezing overnights this
week. It's feeling much more like March again.

Working on our spring canvases.
The kids LOVE painting...and I love watching the unique
way they each go about creating. Seeing their ideas and
excitement come out in such different and beautiful ways
makes me so thankful to be able to share in their learning.

Our Easter memory verse

Baking with this boefie is one of my favorite
things to do :)

Tilling the March!!

After a bit of snow Thursday night and Friday,
things are starting to warm up again.

Although Levi will probably wear his winter
coat, hat and mitts until it's 20 degrees again!

I'll be 39 weeks tomorrow.
Baby's official due date is April 8th, Easter Sunday :)
We'll see if we make it till then...feeling extra ginormous
right now and pretty sure that I'd be just fine with this
little one showing up a tad early!

But even this waiting, these anxious days, remind me
of our Greatest Hope. As we've been preparing for Easter
I can't help but be thankful for the incredible way that
the anticipation we hold for this new life is being mirrored
in our faith right now. Such a gift!

All praise to God,
the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.
It is by his great mercy that we have been born again,
because God raised Jesus Christ from the dead.
Now we live with great expectation,

~1 Peter 1:3~

May you, too, be blessed as you prepare for the celebration
of our Saviour's death and resurrection.
xo The Koobs Klan xo

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