Wednesday, October 8, 2008

The milk that God made

My daughter Tori wrote a post on breast feeding today. It is extremely powerful and very emotional. The photo made me cry. If you are interested in reading it go here.

John picked me up on my lunch break and took me to purchase some yarn. It was nice to spend that hour with him during the day. It's funny because at this moment I'm at the kitchen table blogging....we have our bible study friends coming in 15 minutes....and John just finished cleaning the kitchen, vacumned the house, made tea & coffee, lit the lampe bergers and took out the trash!
What a man, what a man, what a mighty, mighty good man!!!


17 comments:

Heather said...

I should say so! That is ONE mighty good man.

I'm off to read Tori's post. And then make some cards :)

Meaghan said...

Beautiful daughters and an amazing man by your side! Hope you have a wonderful bible study :)

-Meaghan

This Mom said...

Lucky, lucky you.

thanks for coming by during the layover from BATW.

Becky said...

Wow! What an amazing daughter you have! I just read her article and she is an amazing writer.
What a lucky girl you are to have such a great husband!

WheresMyAngels said...

Hmmm, wasn't that a song!! lol

Julie said...

What a great hubby, my husband took my boys out for an hour the other evening just so I could blog. I was so thankful.

I wrote on Tori's site a different perspective on how I wanted to breastfed but I didn't produce enough milk, so that some mothers have to use formula because of need. I am thankful for formula and wish I could have breastfed but unfortunately I couldn't.

Yaya said...

Thank you for the birthday wishes!

Susie said...

You are very blessed to have such a great man and wonderful daughters:-) Good for you:-)

1bitrcountrygirl said...

Good Morning! You have a very thoughtful husband....Was he a good help at picking out yarn?

Michelle said...

There's nothing more attractive than a man who can do housework. Seriously!

Your daughters are beautiful, but I'm sure you already knew that. :)

Thanks for stopping by on your layover. Come back anytime!

dddiva said...

Going to read your daughter's post but first I wanted to say what a Keeper (no pun intended) you've got, a mighty good man.
Hope you had a wonderful bible study.

Becky said...

Go check out my post...I tagged you!

Lady Dorothy said...

Thank you for coming by today on our BATW tour! Hope you'll visit again!

I enjoyed your love story and I did pop over to your daughter's blog. Yes, that was a powerful picture!

Sandy Toes said...

Your daughter is beautiful!

What a sad photo...it made me sad! They do need to be educated.
-Sandy Toes

Becky :) said...

He is a very amazing man!!!! Don't see many of those these days. Glad you got a good one!!!

Rene said...

Hey...can I borrow your hubster for a day? My house needs a good cleaning!! ;-)

That pic on your daughters blog was heartbreaking. I'm so impressed that she is so grounded to think about things outside the normal realm of the college student. You done good momma!

Aubrey said...

Great! Now I'm singing along and I'm sure that song will be stuck in my head the rest of the night! LOL

I'm going over to read her post. Thanks for the warning. Got my tissue!