Mmmm, Muskoka maple.
I'd like to take a moment to thank my brother-in-law and sister-in-law, R&A, for making this blog possible. It's a quiet Sunday night, and I'm sipping a beautifully aromatic cup of coffee. If you're ever in Huntsville, Ontario - go to the Muskoka Roastery Coffee Co. and get some Muskoka Maple. Deeeeelicious.
I almost feel bad that I didn't pay for it. Almost.
But seriously, thanks guys - this is one tasty brew.
I'll take a break from our battle with the bees tonight, because there's more pressing news! Kristin is 17 weeks today! We praise God every day for these little bundles that push Kristin's belly out.
This is the most beautiful pregnant woman I've seen - that's for sure! If you haven't already - this would the time to take a few minutes to sign up to be a "follower" of this blog, and post your first comment, letting Kristin know how beautiful she is!
If you've already signed up - thanks! You can leave comments too - it'll be fun!
Ooooh, she's getting a little bigger! If you'd like to compare with the 12 week picture - click here! I know I notice a difference! (I get considerably less bed-space these days).
Don't bother writing comments telling me I'm only going to get less space... I'm well aware.
Just one more thought tonight. Kristin and I pray for our babies each day, and we thank those of you who join us in doing so. We pray for their health and growth, among other things, but we also pray for the salvation of our little ones. Nothing is more important to us; we pray that our children will know Jesus from an early age and will see His involvement in their lives at each turn.
Kristin and I have also learned that it's important to pray for each appointment we have with our doctors. Our appointment with the cardiologist was a shock, and we learned to expect the unexpected. On Tuesday morning we'll see the good doctors at Mac for a fetal echo cardiogram. This means they will be checking our babies' heart's for any defects or abnormalities. In past ultrasounds they have seen all three hearts working just fine, and have assessed normal beats per minute, so we're feeling good about this appointment, but ask for prayer nonetheless.
I will post an update at some point on Tuesday to let you all know the outcome; until then, we appreciate your prayers!
Don't forget to leave a comment for my beautiful-baby-carrying-wife!
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Mmmm, Muskoka maple.