Sunday it was my turn to lead in Elaine’s Bible Study group. It was a great lesson on sharing Jesus with your friends. After church we had a picnic lunch and then headed to the library. Once the kids had chosen their books, they made Lego creations to be displayed.
We got home around 2:30 for rest time.
For small group our host family had a fire pit and we roasted hot dogs and had s’mores. The kids had a lot of fun. Then we headed inside for our study time.
Monday we started our day with our morning time (after breakfast and chores). For the month of October we are learning the praise song Set My Heart by Vertical Church Band and for our hymn we are learning To God Be the Glory. On Mondays (and sometimes other mornings when we just can’t wait to see what will happen next) we read about a missionary. We are still reading about Corrie Ten Boom. It has been very eye opening for the children. After a little more school work we headed to co-op.
While waiting for his class, Levi built a few castles.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday we were able to get our furniture moved over, so now we have couches!
Emilia has been doing lots of cruising, but still no steps yet. Looks like Landon will keep his title as our earliest walker.
She also loves to dance.
Friday we spent the day at Spring Mill with Grandma and cousins.
We visited the Gus Grissom Memorial, the pioneer village, had a picnic lunch, played on a playground, hiked to a cave, and the hiked to the lake and nature center. The kids enjoyed themselves and Spring Mill is one of my favorite places.
In the meeting room, Landon gathered everyone around for a “will reading”. It was quite humorous.
Saturday, Landon spent the day at Walther’s Golf and Fun Center with his Awana class and Grandpa. Then Landon and Elaine had a sleep over at Grandma and Grandpa’s. The rest of us took Emilia to get her 9 month pictures taken and then met Kyle for Mexican when he got off work, at our usual Saturday place. The servers were surprised to see us missing two kiddos. We had our favorite server, he always keeps the kids laughing. Levi asked for a spoon, and he brought him a huge spoon from the kitchen.
Until Next Time,