I have just added a few new photos of Dana to the photo gallery. They do not do her justice, she is truly cute and funny.
I have added a bunch of new Dana photos to the gallery. Check them out.
Today we took Dana to the doctor for her six month checkup. All is well, Dana is in the 50th percentile for her weight and length.
She weights 16 lbs 2 oz, and is 26 inches long. She is such a big girl!
In fact, she’s such a big girl that I had the doctor pierce her ears. Dana wasn’t too happy about it at first (I think she thought it was a strange immunization shot), but she seems quite happy with them now. Check out the pictures!
I have told several of my friends about this great holiday that I grew up with. I am not sure that any of them believed me. So here is the proof.
For years around Ville Platte the opening day of squirrel seasonthe first Saturday in Octoberhas been known as Squirrel Day. Schools close early the day beforesome dont open at allbecause attendance by students and teachers alike is cut in half. Businesses shutter their windows. Everybody heads for camp, they call it, and that can mean a sleeping bag in the back of a pickup truck or a deluxe hunt lodge wired for electricity, with air‐conditioning and big‐screen TVs. Squirrel Day is the Cajun Passover, explains Ville Platte native Tim Fontenot. Theres a mass exodus into the woods.
From Field and Stream
This week Dana has started eating rice cereal. Check out her photo album to see her enjoying her first meal.
Dana had her four month check up this past Monday. The doctor says that she is a perfectly healthy girl. Dana is in the 50th percential for her weight and length, she weighed in at 13 pounds 8 ounces and is 24 inches long. To see pictures of Dana visit her web album.
New things that Dana can do now: smile, coo, and move around in her bed. She is hardly ever in the same position that we put her in.
As always you can see new pictures of Dana in her photo album.
She is growing and changing each day. This last week she has mastered the smile and is working on lifting her head as she plays on her belly. To see new pictures of Dana visit her photo album.
Today was Dana’s one month check‐up, and the doctor was very excited with how much she has grown.
As of today, Dana weights 8 lbs 13 1/2 oz. and is 20 1/2 inches long.
She is also learning how to smile these days. That is very exciting for us!
Also, I’ve added more photos to Dana’s photo album!
The Assemblies of God now supports online donations to our ministry.
In breaking news, our ministry can now receive donations online!
Elsewhere on our site, we’ve also got a brief overview of the missionary funding process in the Assemblies of God, along with a look at what the Bible has to say about missionaries and money.
So take a look and consider giving online via our secure server!
My favorite gift of all time–a threefold citrus tree!
Today I got one of the best birthday presents I’ve ever received–a citrus tree! Actually, it’s three citrus trees in one. I’ll name it trinity. A company named Willits & Newcomb specializes in citrus trees, and make these “cocktail” trees by grafting two or three varieties onto one trunk. Quite cool!
This one will bear Valencia Oranges, Eureka Lemons, and Bearss Limes!
This is one real advantage to having your mother‐in‐law come for a visit right before your birthday–you get great gifts!