It never ceases to amaze me how our little girl, Elianna is growing and developing. I remember when she first came into this world, she was so helpless and frail — she couldn’t even move her head without our help. Now, just having turned two, she’s running around and tumbling, jumping, singing and dancing!...continue reading this devotion.
Yesterday we were running errands in town and we took our four year-old, Elianna, to a toy store she loves to visit. We usually don’t buy much (just playing with the toys there is great fun for her) but this time, unbeknownst to Elianna, we were planning to buy her a little kitchen set because she loves to pretend cooking....continue reading this devotion.
We’ve been talking with our two-year-old, Elianna, about what it means to be truly sorry. Lately, she’s been refusing to say the words “I’m sorry” when she does something wrong. Instead, she’ll lean over and give us a little peck on the lips and hope it’ll get her off the hook. And, well, I have to admit, it usually does....continue reading this devotion.
Our little Elianna is not a baby anymore, someone reminded us recently as we were saying something in passing about “our baby”. Boy do they grow fast....continue reading this devotion.
When our first child, Elianna, was two years old, I wrote this devotional.
She is a joy and a treasure to us. We thought we’d be teaching her lots, but it turns out that she’s teaching us some great lessons! Here’s another one....continue reading this devotion.