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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Yes, it's true: We are expecting!!!!!

We have been greatly anticipating today when we could tell everyone our big news! God is so faithful and never ceases to amaze me. When we started trying 2 years ago I knew that it would be God's timing and not mine and boy am I glad! So many things have fallen into place the last month and it has been exciting to sit back and watch God at work! I can't get over the fact that He is over the entire universe and yet He still cares about the details in our lives (like jobs, pay, truck payments, ect). And then on top of all of that He knows when we are ready for children!

Our parents are thrilled! Rando's parents found out Friday night and have been busting to be able to tell family and friends. We told my family today while at Maggianos for Rando, Dana, and Adam's birthdays. For those of you who were at Hebron this morning, after this news dad didn't push for us to pay anymore (like he would have anyways). We couldn't get him off the phone tonight as he had to call everyone! Rando and I also enjoyed calling friends tonight to share the good news. We weren't able to get to everyone, but it was nice to share the excitement with those we could get in touch with.

Dana and Adam are excited about being an aunt and uncle. They loved their bibs that say, "I love my Aunt Dana" and "I love my Uncle Adam". Hopefully I'll get the pictures up soon as they both wore their bibs for a picture!

Well, our due date is April 27th. I am looking forward to getting to spend a long summer with the baby (of course several people are convinced it will be babies)! We greatly appreciate the prayers of all our friends and family This is very new to us and we have no experience! Fortunately we have a BIG God that we know will lead and direct us!

Have a great Labor Day and try not to labor!

We love y'all!

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Everythings New for Us!

As you can tell I haven't posted our vacation pictures or fun stories on here yet. Yes, we had a blast, but of course when we came home life got rolling fast. I thought I would be the only one starting a new job when we got back, but Rando has also started a new job. No, he did not leave Hebron! He is now the College and Twenty-somethings Pastor. It has been a whirlwind these last few weeks as he is diving into his new job and I have been trying to support him while starting at my new school in a new grade level! The only thing consistent for us is that we are still never home at night. The best thing about me working at Harbins is that we do see each other a lot!

Hopefully soon I'll have a chance to update further, but I didn't want anyone to think I had quit blogging totally! I just have to let school and life settle down first!

Have a great weekend!