♥ Perceiver of Truth — 11 Comments

  1. Your little Perceiver of Truth is developing a spiritual gift of discernment, perhaps.

    Great post for moms, yes, but for anyone in leadership.

    Thank you, thank you.

  2. I’m so impressed! He sounds like a wonderful kid!

    Thanks for coming by on my SITS day and making me a happy duckie! I hope you return to the Pond!

  3. Thank you, so much, for your kind words on my blog. My sisters, my brothers? they mean the world to me. There are five total, like you have five sons 🙂

    I have two daughters and another babe on the way at the end of the year. But that does not diminish the joy when others are having babies. I first learned a mothers love when Aaron, my 6yr old nephew was born. With him I learned what it was to love so much you would, quite literally, do anything and everything…that was for good anyway 🙂 My new little nephew? There’s so much love for him too. So much. To watch their family interact? It’s as good as watching my own.

    Again, thank you for blessing me with your kind words 🙂

  4. Dear friend,
    I read the last three posts you have written… and my heart is once again so thankful that there is a blog writer like you. I love the names you have given your children. I also have done the same with my own children.

    This is the reason why I don’t want to have too many blogs on my list — a few good ones that are really worth my time, that’s all I want.

    I praise God for you. I’m also a firm believer in word power — life and death is in the power of the tongue, this is one verse I take very seriously.

    Blessings on your weekend.


  5. Recently, I learned a lesson about truth…from my four-year-old granddaughter. That was a humbling experience.

    Great post!


  6. His honesty cracks me up! What a gem, which the photos prove. He’s adorable. What a lovely family you have. Thanks for stopping by!!

  7. Innocence and honesty. Boys are just the best.

    I actually asked my son tonight if my hair looked good being up in a clip. Honesty one…the clip came out of my hair.

    Great story…and you KNOW I can relate to the feeling of being the mom AND in the sidelines.

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