Thursday, July 9, 2015

Thankful Thursday

Marsha's Musings

It has been a very wet week here.  There was lots of flooding around us. The water has filled up the lakes after a very long drought.

This week I am thankful for...
~ having an attentive husband who loves and appreciates me.

~ my big boy being so helpful and loving to his little brother.  I was feeding Titus and sat him up on my lap when he was done eating.  I heard him making some noises and looked down and found a big "surprise" oozing out of his diaper onto my lap.  Caleb ran to my aide.  We got Titus partially wiped off and Caleb moved him to a changing pad while I went to the bathroom to change.  I called out and asked Caleb if Titus was okay, and Caleb said he's fine.  I came back to the living room to find Caleb kneeling beside a freshly diapered Titus.  Caleb had changed him on his own.  I told him that about made me cry, such a sweet thing for him to do.  He's changed Titus before, just not a dirty one. Caleb said he wanted to surprise me.  It was so sweet and a memory I definitely want to remember.  

~ all the smiles we get from sweet baby boy Titus.  He is so sweet and makes the cutest sounds to talk to us.

~ safety for friends and family during the flooding.

~ a fun 4th with my boys and also that we got to see family over the weekend.

~ working on birthday plans this week with my big boy!  He has been working on the invitation.  His birthday is in August. He always chooses a theme for the party. This year is outdoors/hunting/fishing.  He always comes up with cute ideas.

Have a day of blessings!


Denise said...

I like your thankfuls.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Everything sounds wonderful and how awesome that Caleb did the diaper all on his home. What a great helper you have. Have a nice weekend.

Cookie said...

What a sweet boy Caleb was changing the diaper for you!!! My heart totally melted when I read that :) My son is 7 and is a tremendous help in many ways, but I think I'd sooner see pigs fly than him change his brother's diaper. What a blessing and an awesome testament to the wonderful gentleman you are raising!! :)