Thursday, September 16, 2010

Kids


I just love that they don't see color or differences in each other. They are friends regardless of their history. They don't care where they came from or where they're going, they just love each other. (Okay, maybe their moms force them to be friends, but still! :)

I love that one of my older children looked at Kenneth's picture (he's New Day South's first baby!) and asked "Does he have a special need?"


I love how the Lord continues to teach me to come to Him the way my children do.
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11 comments:

Kristi said...

Oh, I know exactly what you mean on that. When Ky first saw Darcy's pictures she said, "Oh look mommy, my sister and I are twins" instead of noticing her port wine stain...
What a world we could live in if all us grown-ups could see through the eyes of children...

Robyn said...

So true and so sweet. I never hear my kids say "here is my Chinese brother". It's just "here is my brother". They never mention his looks, just how much they love him. What a different world we would live in if we truly lived with the faith of our children.

Rebekah said...

Precious.

Ashley said...

They are so sweet! Kenneth is precious and I love the picture of Sarah reading to him. Did you notice his name begins with K? ;)

Waitingfaithfully said...

Priceless picture of your littlest "K" and his pretty little red haired friend!

Priceless comment about beautiful Kenneth--He is special, and there is someone out there who needs him! That's his only special need! :)

Love you!

Tina

Dollar General said...

FBF (friends by FORCE). It's the best way to go!

The Princess's Mommy said...

Love this! How blessed we are to see the heart of Jesus through our precious babies.

Have a great weekend!
Love you,
Monica

Our Journey to China said...

So very sweet! Only God can move in hearts that way. :0) I am so glad God is always reminding us of His unconditional love for us all. Love to you family!!!

Jodi said...

Sooo sweet!!!

The Byrd's Nest said...

It is pretty incredible isn't it? Children are often blind to color....I often wish grown-ups could see the world through a child's eyes:)

Football and Fried Rice said...

Oh, my heart could just burst. This is why Jesus told us to have faith like a child.

My heart is truly smiling!