Saturday, February 11, 2012

all you need is L-O-V-E

 It's a holiday week at the Fisher house and so we are living it up. Valentine's Day is one of Annabelle and my favorite holidays because of the pink and fun crafts we get to do.
 Before the girls went to the doctor the other day I snapped some pictures of the girls.
 Since daddy was here he could make them smile. :)
Annabelle and I made these Valentines for her teachers (attached is chocolate truffles :) ). I loved the poem. I found it online somewhere.
 And I put these together for Annabelle's class mates and our friends. I got the elephants because Annabelle could put on the stickers and she did and enjoyed it.
I went ahead and included Adelyn just because I wanted to and I didn't think any of Annabelle's class mates would mind. :)
 Annabelle made this Valentine card for us at school. I just love it.
And it is hard to see, but for her card, she wrote her whole name and she did so good. I was so proud because we have been working on Annabelle's name at home.

These were from last week's practicing. 
 And one day Adam brought cookies home from work that James had brought him..haha :)
Also we got a super fun package!! 

Also, today I was studying Galatians for my bible study and came upon Galatians 6:2, "Share each other's burdens and in this way obey the law of Christ." 
The interesting thing is that the way to obey the law of Christ is to LOVE. "The law of LOVE fulfills the entire law." -McArthur 
The whole law can be summed up in 'Love your neighbor as yourself.' Galatians 5:14
This is something I so desperately try to teach the girls on how to treat each other but never ever need to forget to practice myself. I believe this is the very best way to teach them to treat other s Christ would, to model it for them. 
I am incapable of doing this without Christ's help for sure! May he help all of us in the body of Christ love one another (1 Corin 13), look out for the best intrests of others (Phil 2:4), carry each others burdens (Gal 6:2), and treat each other as Christ treated us, sacrificing for one another. (Eph 5:2)

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