July 20, 2011


Youth Camp, CCYC, was in toasty North Carolina. The great thing about the youth camp is that it is run by our old College buddies. They do an incredible job, and our youth loved it! Mommy survived it. :) Let's just say that trying to keep a 3 year old and an almost one year old quiet in services both morning and evening is near impossible, at least for this clan. We bowed out on a few services.... We did attempt to stay up late for the talent show/ skits. MISTAKE. Tyler is like the energizer bunny he keeps going and going and going....he actually was going on fast forward, or so it seemed. He was more hyper as time marched on. We didn't quite make it all the way through the skits before I called it quits. It was really late though. The little guys did okay... considering.  I did a horrible job taking pictures....so I'm stealing borrowing most of these. Thanks, Mary Ellen:)
Zach attempting to help Mommy squish everything down so I could zip the suitcase. :) I always pack above and beyond the call of duty~ you have to have all the just in case items, you know!

                                        Sleeping in the van on the way up! Blessed quietness....

                           Our College Buddies with their little guy, Cole. Wish they lived closer!

                                                                         Activity time!

A shower cap is quite becoming on my main man, but the icing and M&M's, not so much:) These pictures crack me up! He loves every minute of it!

          Part of the kitchen staff! Three of these ladies are from our church and came along to help out!!

                                                           The Skits & Talent Show!

I loved his sign...will work for date:) Classic!

                                The Banquet theme was military. These three were dressed to the T.

As you can see, by the pictures a great time was had by all. Already looking forward to next year... Do you think a four year old and two year old will sit still better? ha.

I wanted to give an update on Jack. God is working a miracle in his little life. He is continuing to progress, and is now talking, has taken a few steps, and hopefully will be able to have his feeding tube removed soon. He is still in a lot of pain, and continues to need prayer. So thankful that we serve a God who not only hears, but answers our prayers.

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