I will give you a quick update on the boys. Tanner is now in 1st grade and we are home schooling him. He likes school but doesn't love it. He would rather spend the whole day playing with Case and Wyatt. He goes to Awana at our church every Tuesday night and he loves going. He has been into building legos and is always found coming up with some sort of craft for him and Case to make. Hard to believe he will be 8 this year.
Case is 2 and is our little lover. He is always ready to give you a great big hug and kiss just when you need it. He loves Tanner and is always asking Tanner what they should do next. He likes to copy Tanner in everything :). We have been starting to do a little bit of potty training with him and he is starting to get the hang of it. He has been really curious lately with the baby. He is going to be a big helper when the baby comes.
Wyatt is 1 and a ball of energy. He is walking now and he is all over the place. He loves to try and play with Tanner and Case when he can. He is starting to say a few words but mostly talks in his own language with some really funny grunts. He has the greatest facial expressions and sounds. He enjoys just walking around getting into what ever he can. He knows what he wants and when he wants it.
I got a call from my Dad last night and he shared something with me that was a good kick in the pants to start writing again. He was at a funeral last night and a lady came up to him and told him that he didn't know her but she had been following Lindsay's blog from the beginning. The other night this lady was having trouble sleeping and decided to come to the blog and read from the beginning. What ever this lady was going through that night she was ministered to. So that is a good way to give me a kick in the pants to get going again. You might have to be patient with me but I am going to try and get this going again.
We have been truly blessed this year and last year. God continues to meet us just where we need to be met. Lindsay's story still goes on and is still helping people. I will leave you with a few prayer requests; 1. For Baby Groen and me during the next few days. 2. Jon isn't trucking any more and is searching for work. Pray that God will show him just where he wants us to be. 3. That Keswick will be able to raise enough money to get the new Lindsay Bear playground going and hopefully be ready for this summer. I will write another post on that later. But if you would like to donate money for the playground you can go to; http://www.americaskeswick.org/. Scroll down to the give now button. Make sure you say that you want your donation to go to the playground.
Thanks again for continuing to pray for our family.
So good to see you blogging again. Hugs, thoughts and prayers to you always.
Enjoyed reading your blog. Thanks for sharing. I was thinking about Lindsay just this morning. It's hard to believe that four years have passed. Your boys are getting so big. I always enjoy seeing them here at Keswick.
I've been praying for these last days of your pregnancy...and for a little girl! Looking forward to meeting the newest Groen!
Love & hugs,
Wyatt walking?!?! Oh it just breaks my heart not to be there and see it!! :) I miss working with Tanner in AWANA too! We are taking a break off, and I don't know if I would be able to teach other kids, since DBC has the best! :) Case sounds like he is really becoming a hoot!
I love catching up on your lives, especially since we are not there! I am praying for you and this new baby! Will also be lifting up Jon. So does that mean no move? :) I am sure there are many that are happy about that!
What a beautiful site, I have enjoyed it so much and also catching up on your family. Will be praying for you and baby and your entire family.
Love & Blessings,
I didn't realize how young the boys were! You've had a few very busy and tiring years! I can relate :o) Praying for a quick and safe arrival of a healthy baby (girl ♥)
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