We woke up to the beautiful sound of children laughing and giggling!
What a delightful way to start our day!
Both girls slept well and it was after 9:00 when we heard the first giggle.
I can handle kids that sleep in!
Uncle Dean has been a favorite with Little Logan.
She's always been a Stranger/Danger child so I was a little surprised at her attachment to him, but then he IS such a charming guy!!
This is a little snippet of a video from last night.....
"Uncle Dean is prettier than Granddad!!!"
Sunday morning pancakes served up right after our Bible reading and devotionals.
The wind was not as icy cold as yesterday so we bundled up and got ready to go fishing!
Naturally the goats go wherever we do!
It was a good day to be at what Logan calls 'The Fishing Pool!'
Uncle Dean and Trystan caught THREE fish!!
This makes me smile!
Logan caught TWO!
Such a pretty little perch!
It was still cold so we didn't stay too long! Good thing the fish were biting!
Back to the camper for some hot chocolate and putting those little toes close to the heater to warm up!
We may be in a small camper but we can still serve up a big Sunday dinner!!
Dean and Sherry joined us so it was even more special.
So, what else is a part of most Sunday afternoons?
All around! Including me!
They had a lot of fun after they woke up just playing together in the bunk!
It's been a wonderful Sunday full of the small pleasures of life.
Laughing, fishing, eating family meals together, blowing bubbles in the sunshine.....
and taking nice warm baths!
It has been such a journey of joy with these little quadlings!
We told Trystan how she was such a good gatekeeper in the womb.
We talked about Logan being the tiniest little peanut.
We also talked about how much their mommy loves them and how she stayed in the hospital for two months doing everything possible to keep them inside long enough to be born even at the risk of her own health.
We talked about how we would hold and rock them when they were babies and even how I would visit them in the NICU and how much their mommy and daddy loved them from before they were born. As with most children, Trystan and Logan love to hear the stories about when they were born and when they were babies over and over and over again.
I think we truly have a unique and special bond with these quads.
They have had a lot of fun here but they are missing their brother and sister and their mama and dada!
The bond these four children have is amazing and special and we are so grateful to be a part of the journey. We will be their memories someday and perhaps we will have become a part of who they are and who they will become. We will continue to make memories together, adding 'The Fishing Pool' to them!
Before Logan and Trystan went to bed, they both kissed me goodnight and said, "You're the BEST MeeMaw in the whole wide world!!!"
So, goodnight from our country camper!
We go home in the morning!