These are some of my favorite pictures of Caroline. I had just given her a bath, and she just looked precious. So I grabbed some of her pretty pastel blankets and had a very amateur photo shoot. Actually, the green blanket was one my grandmother knit for me. In this last photo she looked like she had just about had enough.
I have been talking about starting a blog for a long time, and tonight, I finally followed through on it. I am excited. It will be a fun way to keep our family and friends updated on our life. So, this is the first of what I hope is many more postings.
Jon has finished his internship at High Tide Church. He has applied for several ministry positions in several states. We are trying to wait patiently to see what God has planned for us. He is working full-time this summer at an organic farm in Salisbury, MD.
I am still working at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, a hospital in Salisbury. I work part-time on night shift. I have been there since last October. Both of our jobs have been a huge blessing, and we are grateful for how God has provided.
Caroline turned 15 months old on Mother's Day. She is growing quickly and learning even faster. She weighs 24 pounds, 8 ounces and is 31 inches long. She has recently learned to say "Amen" and "Thank You". She has 12 teeth. The molars are working there way in as we speak.
We have been renting a town home in Frankford, Delaware for the last 11 months. About a week ago, we found out that our home sold. Our family is once again under transition. We have to be out by June 20th. We have considered several options, but we have decided to move in with my parents. They have been gracious to offer the option, and they have lots of extra space. We have a busy month ahead of us!