The team left some sidewalk chalk, which is always the girls very favorite thing...
Oh these girls! They keep me busy and laughing. And cleaning. And cleaning.
Yesterday night I was doing dishes, and Nora had colored all over her baby doll with chalk. She brought it to me and showed me, telling me that "baby bath." I nodded, and she gets into the Tupperwear cabinet and disappears. A few moments later I finish, come out to the coffee table and see her bathing her little baby in one of my bowls, pouring water on its head and happily telling me, "Baby. Bath!"
I told her how cute she was until I realized that her big sisters were outside playing and not around to give her water...and I certainly didn't give her water...and then watched as she headed for the bathroom, dripping water all the way, to get some more water.
From the low child sink.
Otherwise known as the toilet. She is SO sweet. And SO bad.
I am VERY thankful to have Daddy home :)
O Chambers for the day was such a good and humbling word...
How long is it going to take God to free us from the unhealthy habit of thinking only about ourselves? We must get to the point of being sick to death of ourselves, until there is no longer any surprise at anything God might tell us about ourselves. We cannot reach and understand the depths of our own meagerness. There is only one place where we are right with God, and that is in Christ Jesus. Once we are there, we have to pour out our lives for all we are worth in this ministry of the inner life.