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My Three Sons!!

It has been quite a while since my last post. A whirlwind of events have transpired but I am back nevertheless! The biggest news I have to share is that we will be the proud parents of three rambunctious little boys. Yes, baby number three is a little boy.  Although my heart was set on a little girl, I have come to understand that God's agenda is what I am following. He knows exactly what/who we need in our lives.

My last week or so has been spent getting over the fact that I am not having a girl (Ha!) and changing all of my plans I had for the nursery. My Pinterest app is probably burning up all of my battery power on my phone. But I have been getting excited about the idea of raising up three little men for Christ.

Now, for a little transparency. I have to  admit that I struggled the day after I found out I was having another boy. Reality had set in.  I had so many thoughts running through my head.  "But I wanted a girl!" "How will I handle three boys?" "Lord, I don't know if  I have enough energy to raise all these boys!!"  All of these thoughts, pulled at me for the next couple of days. 

But God always has a reason for what he does. Each of our sons has a purpose for being on this Earth-- a purpose that will bring glory to the Father. A purpose that will allow God's love to be shown to many. I truly believe that. The world needs more godly men and I am thankful that God has chosen us to be stewards of his precious gifts.  What an honor it is (and will be), to be the parents of Jason, Jr., Trenton, and Baby Joshua.

Psalm 127:3-5 New American Standard Bible (NASB)
Behold, children are a gift of the Lord,
The fruit of the womb is a reward.
Like arrows in the hand of a warrior,
So are the children of one’s youth.
How blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them;
They will not be ashamed
When they speak with their enemies in the gate.

Proverbs 19:21 English Standard Version (ESV)
21 Many are the plans in the mind of a man,
    but it is the purpose of the Lord that will stand.

The big reveal. My hubby was quite sick. He showed up just
to help open the box.

Everyone that came out to celebrate with us.


  1. Congratulations! God gave these three sons good Godly parents.Thank you for helping spread the gospel through this inspirational blog.Happy holidays and God continue his blessings to your family.

  2. Great post! I think you're right, and I'll throw in this theory: y'all need (at least) one more boy to have the amount of male energy around that'll be needed to look out for the girl that WILL be coming! Ha! :)

    The reveal gathering looks fun!

    1. Ha!! Ha!! We are hoping to be done after this one. :) The reveal party was a lot of fun. I have a friend who is an awesome party planner! Thanks for the comment!!


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