Delton is holding Nathan Gabriel Lehman- just 9 days old. Nathan is the son of friends of ours. Delton fell in love!
Ezra is being entertained by Grandpa Lehman. I don't think anyone can get Ezra to laugh like his grandpa!
I haven't blogged too much lately. Life has been busy for both Delton and I- especially for Delton. Delton starts selling for Cen-Pe-Co on Monday. We are very excited about this change. It will be a challenge, but Delton is looking forward to learning the art of sales. Delton is also looking forward to working with people. It will be fun to see Delton dress nice for work- no more work shirts and baseball caps!
I am enjoying my time with Ezra. He is in a pointing stage at the moment. When I get him out of his crib in the morning, he is already pointing at everything around him and trying to communicate to us his opinion of what he sees. We try to guess what he wants. "Yes, that is a light. No, that is daddy's cell phone." Sometimes we have no idea what he is pointing to- he just likes to point! He also loves to wander the house, and is especially content if he has a little toy in his hand as he wanders. He is babbling up a storm. I can't wait until I am able to understand what he is saying.
Soup and Story night ended last night. We had invited some local friends to our house every Sunday night in July and August for soup and a story. We read through St. Ben by John Fischer. It is an excellent, moving story of the friendship of two young boys. It is a story Delton and I have both read many times, and are still moved every time we pick it up. We finished the book last evening. Having friends over every Sunday night was fun. I am sad that we won't have a scheduled time for relationship since the book is finished. We'll just have to be more purposeful in setting up times to get together with people.
Blessings to you. I hope your Labor Day is free of labor and a day of rest and rejuvenation.