Your duty is to sanctify yourself. Yes, even you. Who thinks that this task is only for priests and religious? To everyone, without exception, our Lord said: Be ye perfect, as my heavenly Father is perfect. St. Josemaria

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Pretty, Happy, Real, Funny

~ Capturing the context of everyday life ~
Every Thursday, at Like Mother, Like Daughter!
  Our Tulips of spring 2012
(which are gone now due to this crazy weather)
 I was so happy when my husband inform that we can grow tulips in Mississippi. He actually said that was farthest south one can grow tulips.. We luck out!
~ Happy~
She is just the happiest when she can help cook in the kitchen. 
  She is finally out of crib and in a toddler bed.  Its real, my youngest as of now is not in a crib. I actually took the crib down and put it up in the attic (getting the house ready to put it on the market was a driving force to taking the crib down).  I never had to do this since I would have someone younger right behind and putting them in the crib. Its a real fact, no more babies as of now and I pray to God that it is not so.

 These little girls are so funny together. I never seen in my other kids  this young that has a friend that play so well together and just love each other. This is one of the biggest heartache, I will have when we move. Moving my children away from dear friends.  Jesus, I trust in YOU!


Roxaline said...

Having lived in Mississippi I can vouch for being able to grow tulips. One of the only differences is that you have to replant bulbs every year. They will not come back every year because the bugs will eat the bulbs. I don't know why this is, I think it has something to do with the climate not getting cold enough.

Cecilia said...

Thanks for the advice. I am just glad that we are able to have them. :)

Sarah said...

Hi Cecilia! Stopping by after your comment over at my place. Nice to find your beautiful blog. What gorgeous kids you have...and pretty tulips too :) I look forward to reading more from you here.