Thursday, September 07, 2006

Expecting!!

Any idea why Clint gave me THREE flowers on Tuesday?!?
Cause there are 3 of us now!!
WE ARE EXPECTING!!
There will be a little Archer sometime in May
WOOO HOOO!
"Behold children are a gift from the Lord. The fruit of the womb is a reward. Like arrows in the hand of an ARCHER, so are the children of ones youth. How blessed is the man who's quiver is full of them. They will not be ashamed."
Psalm 127:3-5

5 comments:

HaysHitzeroth said...

I've been so excited for you guys ever since you told me! Matt is excited for you guys too. Hooray!

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh! Congratulations! This post definitely calls for a comment...(bet you didn't know I've been a blog stalker of yours for quite some time now). Anyhow, I'm so excited for you both. Hoping to see the baby (when he/she is 3 years old) when we visit South Africa for the World Cup in 2010 (haha...tentative plans)...hopefully there'll be more than one by that time!

On a more serious note, yours is one of my favorite blogs to read...not only because you are a very talented and engaging writer and photographer, but because I am constantly encouraged and motivated by the content of your posts, your ministry there and your love for the ministry and the Lord.

much luv & congrats,
Georgia

Jes&Teala said...

Yayyyyyyyyyyy, you little archers are so adorable, and i cant wait for the baby to meet your new kitty too!!!! Praise the Lord and may He give you so much joy and patience to enjoy this new little one!!

cynthia said...

praise the LORD! ahhhhh!!! :)

The Bird Nest said...

Hey Kim and Clint,
How very exciting to hear of your news! God is so good and you guys are in for great times ahead. God has used our little Jonah to teach us so much. Having a little one's eyes on us looking to us as examples is so very humbling. Being a parent also illuminates so much of Scripture and enriches our understanding of the relationship between us and our Heavenly Father. We're praying for a healthy 9 months (and beyond, of course) and we'll look forward to reading your updates and seeing lots of pics of the new little arrow when s/he arrives.