It's been really busy since we got home. Evy had a really bad flare-up of excema on her little head. It was itchy and red, and we knew she was so uncomfortable. She was definitely not herself (read: FUSSY), and we just hated it for her. But that seems to be a little better. We are ready to get back in the swing of things when it comes to church; we've either been out of town or Kurt has been on call/post call EVERY SUNDAY. To my fellow church members: I promise we're not just skipping for fun! Ha! Just a reminder: my Dad has set up his blog, so go comment and tell him hello---I know he'd love to hear from you.
Oh, sidenote: in case anyone reads this that doesn't know what baby dedication is, it's just a time where Kurt and I committed ourselves to raising Evy in a Christian home and doing everything we can to point her towards Christ. This was NOT Evy becoming a Christian or being baptized. We believe that only Evy can make this decision for herself, and must make a personal decision to ask Jesus to be her Savior and Lord, and following that decision comes baptism. I know there are lots of different doctrines on this, and I'm not saying this to offend anyone, but I wanted to be clear on our beliefs since I posted all the pictures and talked a lot about it :o)
For the last few days of my trip to Missouri, Kurt and I were separated---he had to come home for work. Look what greeted me when I got back?
"Welcome Home Honey!" Isn't he the best?!
Also coming soon---my Happiness List (part of my 101 in 1001)!