Thursday, November 17, 2011


So there's a craze on Facebook right now {30 Days of Thanksgiving}I started doing it and have failed horribly! I forget to post about half of the time.

I really try to be thankful every day about something!

I have learned that the best way to begin a prayer is by telling God what you are thankful for. I'm teaching my kids this same thing. When we can put aside what we worry about, and what we "need", for a few seconds to remember what we are grateful for; our lives can be transformed!

God is so good! He is in control over my life. And I am so thankful for moments like these:

Thankful I caught this moment on camera. I see a senior graduation picture in his future!
He's even rocking the white man's overbite!

Seeing my kids be proud of something they are creating

Dressing Ella Up

Having Grandparents who adore my kids and want to spend time with them

When I can get my kids personalities captured on film...Oh Micah you're such a sweetheart

Josiah laughing

Silly moments with the boys

Thankful that I finally have a hobby!

Days when my 4 year old decides to take a nap with his siblings

Beautiful Naked Babies

I am so thankful for each moment I get with my kids. Even the crazy, noisy, messy, tearful, and stressful times. I know I'll blink, and then I'll be dropping them off at college.
So thanks be to God for this time in my life!

Linking Up With Emily For Embrace The Camera

And Thankful Thursday
The Fontenot Four


mustard seed said...

yes! every good and perfect gift is from God!

The Cantelmo Family said...

naked babies are the best!! You so have to use that first picture for his graduation or show it off on his first date...LOL!!

Miss Mandy said...

oh what gorgeous little people you have. great shots too. Clearly they are very busy, especially to fall asleep like that. My son is regularly falling asleep sitting up on the couch. it's too funny.

Brit @ JandMs Eye Candy said...

A beautiful post with beautiful pictures :) So glad that I stopped by today. Have a great rest of your week.

Sarah {the fontenot four} said...

Beautiful post! Thank you for linking up with me today!