So much of Keller’s story happens in the everyday. His story is learning to cope with strangers unknowingly saying “Is she your only child?”, “It is just SO MUCH harder when you have to juggle two.”, and “Do you have any other kids?”.
So much of Keller’s story is simply accepting the quiet simple days. My heart aches to have two children screaming in my ears. I would much rather cry with my hands full, than weep with empty arms.
I am constantly convicted by Keller and the lessons the Lord has revealed through his death. My heart needs to share these lessons.
I am ready to share the next part of our journey.
Praise our ALMIGHTY GOD.
We covet prayers. We are humbled and thankful by the incredible goodness God has given us.
Mary is excited. She kisses baby often. She is PINING for a baby sister.
“God will say ‘I gave them a brother already. Now I will give them a sister!'”
We wanted to take a moment to rejoice with all of you – a moment of unrestrained joy and happiness.
I am ready to write again. I think I need to share the struggles and joys of creation following death. Thank you for blessing me with this platform. Thank you for your overflowing compassion and love. Thank you for your eager ears and tender hearts. You are doing a mighty work.
Hey new baby – Mommy, Daddy, Mary, and Keller welcome you to our family. We love you a lot. Jesus loves you a lot. I hope you like hugs and kisses.