Monday, November 30, 2009

This is the Not Me Post I could not wait to write. I had a Not Me Moment with my Little Man this week that was just priceless. Now you will have to stick with me on this one. No, I did remember this year to take out the giblet package in the middle of the turkey, unlike the first time I ever cooked a whole turkey. Ok, let's get going. There is only ONE Not Me Moment so of course, I had to include the pictures as well.

We get home Wednesday evening from an awesome dinner at my In-laws. We had gone by the grocery store and picked up the last of what I needed to fix for Thanksgiving dinner. We unload the car and I told my hubby that Little Man had to get in the bath. He was busy bringing stuff in from the car so I went in and turned on the bath water. Kaleb likes to hold his hands under the running water while it is filling up. I pulled off his shirt, jeans and socks. Ran to my room to put on my ever so sexy, pj pants and hole-y T-Shirt (that is another post for another day). While I am changing I hear the toilet flush.

I did not hear the dreaded "Oh No" coming from a small voice. I go running down the hall to see Kaleb looking in the toilet with his hand on the lever.

"No, no don't flush it!" I calmly and loudly say. "It to big Mommy" he reply's. "What is to big?" "Sock to big".

I did not reach in and pulled out the one sock that was still in the toilet (GROSS). "Socks go in the hamper Kaleb, not in the potty" I try very calmly to explain. "H'ammer to big Mommy, sock in the potty gone gone". With those huge brown eyes looking at me, what was I suppose to say. As Bo came down the hall, I said tell Daddy what happened. He proceeded to tell Bo and all we could do was laugh.

I did not have visions of having to pull the toilet out of the floor again but I think that the sock is now in the ocean somewhere.

What about you and your children......Did you have a Not Me Monday? o a "Not My Child"
Laboring With You,
Doula Mama Pam

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Since Christmas is fast approaching I thought it appropriate to use this time to share some Chritmas ideas with food. My theory on the food is that we as American's sometimes, have way to many candles, to many coffee mugs and do-dad's sitting around. If you prepare something in the food category, the people recieving it can eat it. They don't have to pack it away or dust it. They may have to work it off their hips....hahaha. Ok, so I'll share mine. Share your's in the comments or you can post them on your blog and then just put your link in the comments.

Oreo Bon-Bon's (I can't wait to do these)
1 pkg of Oreo's
1 8 oz pack of Cream Cheese,softened
1 pkg. of Chocolate Melts (like you would make molded candy out of)

In a food processor, place all the Oreo's. Pulse until all the cookies are crumbled. Place cream cheese in with the cookie crumbs and pulse til completely mixed. Once they have been combined, scoop into bite size balls. Place the balls onto a cookie sheet lined with wax or parchment paper and place in the freezer. In the mean time, melt chocolate according to directions. Remove the cookie balls from the freezer and dip into the melted chocolate and place them back on the cookie sheet. Place back in the freezer. Once they are completely frozen, approx 1-2 hours, place into an airtight container. Enjoy all Holiday Season!!!!!
** Alternatives**
Use Vanilla, Strawberry, or Mint Chocolate Oreo's
Use white chocolate or dark chocolate.
Use Nutter Butter cookies.

Let me know what you think!!!!!!!!

Laboring and Cooking With You,
Doula Mama Pam

Friday, November 27, 2009

It is still Thanksgiving!!!!!

Ok, so I am not original but I found this over at a friends blog, named Nikki ( and I told her it was to good for me not to do it. I know that this is the day AFTER Thanksgiving but to me, every day should be thanksgiving. So, join me if you would like.

Thanksgiving Questions-
1. Think back over the fast 10 years. What are you the most grateful for during that time period? It has been a learning process of just how big my God is. He is full of grace, mercy, forgiveness, love, compassion and Praise Him that He NEVER leaves me or forsakes me.
2. Now think back over the past year. What are you most grateful for during that time period? Watching my children grow and watching what the Lord is doing in my life, even when I don't understand it.
3. Now what about the past week? What are you most grateful for? I am thankful for a roof over my head, food in my pantry, few dollars in the bank and a family and friends that love me. I'm thankful for answered prayer.
4. The following verse says "O give thanks unto the Lord; for He is good; for His mercy endureth forever. 1 Chronicles 16:34. Name a way that God has been good to you lately. His protection in the last month. Not only physically but emotionally and spiritually.
5. Name 2 physical or monetary blessings you've received lately. I was blessed with a new family to help in the arrival of their new addition in February. That is both.
6. Name 2 spiritual blessings you've received lately. Peace and joy in the midst of the storm
7. How often do you give praise to God? I fall so VERY short in this area. Not nearly as much as I should.
8. Do you think God is pleased with how you praise Him? I think He is but it needs to be more and I think He ask that of me on a daily basis.
9. Name someone that God has placed in your life to be a blessing to you. My husband, my children, my family and my friends.
10 Now that you have reflected on how God has blessed you, choose a person this week(even during the busy holiday season) and be a blessing to that person.
Here are a few ideas:

*Send someone a card to encourage them
*Take someone a batch of cookies or fresh baked bread
*Make dinner for someone
*Visit a lonely or elderly person
*Send someone flowers just for the fun of it

Lots to think about..........
Laboring Thankfully With You,
Doula Mama Pam

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!

Ok, I was trying to think of something a little different to post. Most people post a list of various things that they are thankful for. Well, I so could not think of anything original so here we go. This could take a while so I shortened it using the letters of Thanksgiving.

T-Testimony of what Christ has done for me
H-Home (Here, Heaven and Georgia)
A-Alpha and Omega that I serve
N-Network of friends that I have been blessed with
G-Groceries in the pantry
I-Impossible is not a work in the Christian vocabulary
V-Victory over Sin
I-Indescribable love that Christ has for me
N-Nothing can separate me from the Love of God
G-Gracious and Loving God

Ok, think that was easy?
Now it's your turn!!!!!!! Leave it in the comments or leave your blog address and let's see what you are TRULY thankful for!!!!!!!

Thankfully Yours,
Doula Mama Pam

Monday, November 23, 2009

Not Me Monday

It's Monday before Thanksgiving. Next Monday I am sure there will be a lot of things to share(or confess, depending on how you want to look at it). This past week in our home was a challenge but there were a few moments that were priceless. So let's get started,shall we?
1. I did not go to East Coast Wings and proceed to order 6 wings plus an entree that came with those lovely homemade, thinly sliced, potato chips, that are deep fried plus a huge chicken sandwich and proceed to eat every last chip and wing. (I was MISERABLE the rest of the day)
2 . I did not go to a craft bazaar to work as a vendor and spend more money on the Little Man than what I made selling what I brought.
3. I did not actually sit during the above mentioned bazaar and proceed to make almost every single Christmas present for anyone female in my family.
4. I did not go bowling on Thursday night and get to see a friend that I don't get the opportunity to talk to much because we are both so very busy. (So glad you were there Darla). We both have boys the same age (the older one- Kyle). Her boys are twins. William, Ryan and Kyle have been friends since kindergarten. Anyway, as we discussed the attire of one of the boys, we got the giggles. Ya know when little girls get the giggles, it's sweet and cute and everyone says "Aww, aren't they cute". Well when Darla and I get the giggles, we could not stop. She was laughing hysterically. I was laughing so hard I sounded like I was having an asthma attack.Other's could not help but laugh but I think they were laughing at us. It's very hard to bowl when you are busting a gut in laughter. I think my abs were sore on Friday from laughing so hard.
5. I did not go to the gym with my oldest, Kyle, on Friday and he stated "We are going to do MY workout". I thought "I am dead". We proceeded to do all kinds of arms, biceps, triceps, chest, hamstrings. It was killing me but I was NOT about to tell him that. I told him that I really wanted to do the Jacobs Ladder machine. For whatever reason, watching the Biggest Loser, I am now determined to kick that machine. I got on first. 2 minutes was my goal. I thought I would fall off and have a heart attack on the spot. Next time will be 2 minutes. I'm determined by January to get on for 5.
I can't wait to see what ya'll have been up to. Happy Not Me Monday!!!!!!
Laboring with You,
Doula Mama Pam

Friday, November 20, 2009

Some Ramblings and Sharing of My Heart

Today is Friday. It's November 20th of 2009. It's another workday. Another day to be busy to get ready for another day. The weekend is almost here and it is already full. Craft Bazaar pretty much ALL day tomorrow. Date night with hubby. Movie and dinner!!!!! That will be a blast. But you see, this has not been a typical week. It has been probably one of the most stressful and heartbreaking weeks of my entire life. I have chosen to share this in the form of a journal entry. I am choosing to share it because I/we are need of prayers and for healing of a broken heart.
Journal Entry-
Lord, it's been a week. A week in my gut I knew was coming but didn't know if would happen so fast.
Last Thursday you sent her home with us from court. I was shocked and overwhelmed. The Pollyanna in me wanted to think that maybe her time away she had learned something and you had flipped the switch we had been praying for the last 10 years.
Things were going ok. Stress was out of the roof but we were managing.
Kaleb went home with Mom and Dad and that was so You!!!!
Then IT happened. Every dark and evil force seemed to descend on our house in a matter of a few moments.
When I tell a child "no" or "time to get off the computer" I can usually expect a little come back but this. This was off the charts. I was frightened, scared, trembling, hurt, broken, tearful and a million other feelings I can not describe. What happened? Why was this happening? Could it have been avoided?
After a VERY long night with some police, a psychiatric nurse, a physician, and a lot of tears, and hurt, we had to make a decision. This was not what I wanted to do but what I/we needed to do.
Lord, your word is true. Your word is comfort. Your word is healing. I praise you for it.
I have written before that this is not what was suppose to happen. This is not what I had planned. Making the decision and the choice to cut the strings is so very difficult. Allowing your child to fail and to fail BIG hurts. I want to help fix her. I want to wave a magic wand and have my little girl. That is not what is happening. I can't fix it. Only you can. There is not magic wand is there Lord? I have to let her go and let her do what she thinks she can do. Why is it so hard?
I'm just placing her in your hands because my hands are off. She was yours to begin with and you allowed me/us to have her for a time. Please protect her. Please keep her safe. We do care and love her. It is just time for her to stand on her own 2 feet. It's been a tough 10 years. Even though she is on her own, I'm still her Mom and she may not like that but she is still my daughter.
Please Lord, heal my broken heart and Keep her in Your hands. It's in You I can stand. Thank you Lord!!!!!!

Thank you for stopping by and taking some time with me today. It means sooo much!!!!!!

In Him Only,
Doula Mama

Thursday, November 19, 2009

How Southern Are You??????

Just something a little light hearted for today........
Southern women know their summer weather report:
Southern women know their vacation spots:
The beach
The rivuh
The crick
Southern women know everybody's first name:
Southern women know the movies that speak to their hearts:
Fried Green Tomatoes
Driving Miss Daisy
Steel Magnolias
Gone With The Wind
Southern women know their religions:
Southern women know their cities dripping with Southern charm:
Foat Wuth
Southern women know their elegant gentlemen:
Men in uniform
Men in tuxedos
Rhett Butler
Southern girls know their prime real estate:
The Mall
The Country Club
The Beauty Salon
Southern girls know the 3 deadly sins:
Having bad hair and nails
Having bad manners
Cooking bad food
More Suthen-ism's:
Only a Southerner knows the difference between a hissie fit and a conniption fit, and that you don't "HAVE" them, you "PITCH" them.
Only a Southerner knows how many fish, collard greens, turnip greens, peas, beans, etc., make up "a mess".
Only a Southerner can show or point out to you the general direction of "yonder."
Only a Southerner knows exactly how long "directly" is, as in: "Going to town, be back directly."
Even Southern babies know that "Gimme some sugar" is not a request for the white, granular sweet substance that sits in a pretty little bowl in the middle of the table.
All Southerners know exactly when "by and by" is. They might not use the term, but they know the concept well..
Only a Southerner knows instinctively that the best gesture of solace for a neighbor who's got trouble is a plate of hot fried chicken and a big bowl of cold potato salad. If the neighbor's trouble is a real crisis, they also know to add a large banana puddin!
Only Southerners grow up knowing the difference between "right near" and "a right far piece." They also know that "just down the road" can be 1 mile or 20
Only a Southerner, both knows and understands, the difference between a redneck, a good ol' boy.
No true Southerner would ever assume that the car with the flashing turn signal is actually going to make a turn.
A Southerner knows that "fixin" can be used as a noun, a verb, or an adverb.
Only Southerners make friends while standing in lines, ... and when we're "in line,"... we talk to everybody!
Put 100 Southerners in a room and half of them will discover they're related, even if only by marriage.
In the South, y'all is singular, all y'all is plural.
Southerners know grits come from corn and how to eat them.
Every Southerner knows tomatoes with eggs, bacon, grits, and coffee are perfectly wonderful; that red eye gravy is also a breakfast food; and that fried green tomatoes are not a breakfast food.
When you hear someone say, "Well, I caught myself lookin'," you know you are in the presence of a genuine Southerner!
Only true Southerners say "sweet tea" and "sweet milk." Sweet tea indicates the need for sugar and lots of it -- we do not like our tea unsweetened. "Sweet milk" means you don't want buttermilk.
And a true Southerner knows you don't scream obscenities at little old ladies who drive 30 MPH on the freeway. You just say,"Bless her heart" ... and go your own way.
To those of you who are still a little embarrassed by your Southerness: Take two tent revivals and a dose of sausage gravy and call me in the morning. Bless your heart!
And to those of you who are still having a hard time understanding all this Southern stuff, ... bless your hearts, I hear they are fixin' to have classes on Southernness as a second language!
And for those that are not from the South but have lived here for a long time, all y'all need a sign to hang on y'alls front porch that reads "I ain't from the South, but I got here as fast as I could." Southern girls know men may come and go, but friends are fahevah !
Now...... Shugah, send this to someone who was raised in the South or wish they had been! If you're a Northern transplant,bless your little heart, fake it. We know you got here as fast as you could.

Have a great day!!!!!!
Laboring With You,
Doula Mama Pam

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Wordless Wednesday.......NOT

I was originally going to share just pictures but when I started looking at the post, I thought I might need to explain what you are looking at. These are the cuties that Bo and I get to teach on Sunday Morning in Sunday School. This past week we put our shoeboxes together for Samaratin's Purse and Operation Christmas Child. Our church goal was 600 boxes. Praise the Lord, we had well over 800 boxes. These are just a few of the pictures that we took. We(our class) put together 2 boxes. One for a boy and one for a girl. It was soooo much fun. We will do it again next year and do 2 for each.

Bo and all the little girls.

Silly faces for the camera.
Just a few of the boxes that the church collected
Our class with our 2 boxes. Ready, wrapped and they are going to make a child happy somewhere in the world this Christmas.
Laboring and Serving With You,
Doula Mama Pam

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Terrific Tuesdays

Well, the holiday's are fast approaching and wanted to maybe dedicate a couple of Tuesdays to some Terrific Tuesday Thoughts for gift giving. I would love to say that all of the ideas are mine but they are so NOT my idea.
I say this on a blog that I visit every so often. She even gives you the direct, "How To" to make these. Great idea for families with children
Photo Blocks- Check out this website

Ideas from me......Hmmmmmmmmm let's think for a minute. Things that I have done that have gone over as a huge hit. ..........

*Chocolate dipped pretzels - Regular pretzels and the Chocolate Melts that you get at Michael's or AC Moore.
*Homemade Cookie Dough- Wrap in plastic wrap in a log. Wrap again in aluminum foil and then wrapping paper. Attach a card with directions on baking. They can place it in the freezer for later or slice and bake on the spot.
*Homemade Pizza Dough- Same as above. Give with a jar of a specialty Marinara and a bag of specialty pasta
*Coupons- I LOVE THESE!!!!!!!
*One night of free baby sitting
*One trip to the mall WITHOUT the children
*One night that the family prepares dinner FOR Mom
*Date night- Dad arranges sitter, dinner reservation etc.
You get the idea. Spouses can make it for the other and children can do it for the parents.
*Homemade Cards- pack of 8 WITH STAMPS
*Homemade Jewelry- Beaded necklaces, earrings, bracelets, etc.
*Homemade Peppermint Bark.......HUGE HIT AND SOOOOOOOOO EASY!!!!!
So now that you know what my family members are getting, what are you doing???? Share your thoughts in the comment section!!!!!!!!! I'm in need of some new ideas!!!!!!!!!

Laboring with You,
Doula Mama Pam

Monday, November 16, 2009

I'm so glad it's Not Me Monday. It's been a while and I kind of need a Not Me Monday today......... so let's get started.....
I did not open a pack of premade cookies and proceed to taste at LEAST one prior to cooking them "to make sure they were Ok"
I did not start reading Jillian Michaels book on diet and exercise as I say and ate a bowl of Top Ramen Noodles with all of the carbs and heaven only knows how much sodium.
I did not go to a new hairdresser this week for cut and color and sit down in the chair and say "Do whatever you want" (By the way, I have been told this is the best my hair has ever looked). I'll post a picture later.
I did not start on my way to Wal-Mart and then decide I didn't want to deal with the Saturday crowd and drive in a complete circle to get back to the grocery store, 1 1/2 miles from my home.
I did not listen to my 2 year old tell his Daddy, "You get out, Mommy's here". He wanted to play cars and I guess I interrupted.
I did not actually have the day off of work and answer the phone when they called about needing to order something and I offered to do it for them from I nice or what???? LOL!!!!!!!
This has been great. I needed this today!!!!! Thanks for stopping by. Please leave a comment or just say Hi!!!!!!!
Laboring with You,
Doula Mama Pam

Saturday, November 14, 2009

It's About Time.......

Well it has been way to long since I had a few moments to sit down and write with a somewhat of a clear head. This has been a week, and that is putting it lightly. In the midst of the chaos, the unanswered questions, the meetings and that appointments, God is STILL in control and He Never Lost it to begin with even when I felt like I was drowning.

There have been some major events in the Kennedy/McManus household this week. If you are a close friend, church member or family member, you already know what I am talking about. I have chosen to keep the details off of this very public blog because, God knows the details and that is ALL that matters. I just could not help but to write tonight.

A good friend wrote an email to me the other day and made a statement that has stuck in my head and my heart. It's one of those that you know. You have heard it. You have even said it and then someone says it to you in the midst of a conversation or in the midst of a difficult circumstance and you have that Ahh Haa Moment. You know what I am talking about????? Any way she said=== "As much as it stinks, stress isn't beyond God's control. If there's stress in your life and you're in His will, He has a purpose in it." Let's just say that this hit home with me and the events surrounding the last few days. So, these are my thoughts about the circumstances that we are dealing with at the present moment....
There is stress- He is in control
There is anxiety- He is in control
There is a purpose- He has a plan
There is a plan- He has it in His hand
There is a goal- He knows what it is
There is hurt - He is The Healer
There is pain - He is The Comforter
There is loneliness - He is The Friend
There is rest- He IS THE REST!!!!!!!
Now, no matter what situation you are dealing with today, this afternoon or in the morning, if we think on this........ He will see us through. Changing my perspective off of 'I, me, my' is key for me. It needs to be "He, Him, and His". God is big enough to handle any circumstance. We just need to let Him. Is it hard??????????? DUH!!!!!! But what power and peace we experience when we let Him. Does that mean that once you lay it down, everything is a bed of roses and life is wonderful and grand? No, the tears still may come and the waves of anxiety of a topic may creep in but when you think------ "He, Him, His" it is power and peace.

Thank you for stopping by today. I hope this has been an encouragement to you and you have time to leave a comment. God is in control.....we can rest assured of that!!!!!!!! Talk to you soon.
Laboring with You,
Doula Mama Pam

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


It is yucky outside today. Lots of rain, dreary looking and you just kind of want to curl up with a good book and read it.
I am working on a couple of different post for this week but decided I might want to do something today to kind of check -in.
The holidays are so fast approaching and it just overwhelms me at times. Christmas decor is already up all over the place and we have not even had Thanksgiving. I am one that has to attack each one, one at a time.
It has been brought to my attention here lately that when I think about complaining, I need to stop and really think through what it is I am complaining about.
Now, this is going to get personal but stick with me on this one.....
Example #1- Last night, the hubby and I made it to the gym. We worked out together!!!!!! Way cool and so much fun. So we both have weight we want to loose. So, this morning, being the good "Diet-er" that I decided to go through the drive-thru and get a GRILLED chicken salad with FAT FREE honey mustard dressing. SOOOO PROUD OF MYSELF!!!!! Lunch time rolls around and I am READY for this salad. I'm talking mouth is watering. I walk in to get it out of the refrigerator and IT IS GONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They left the dressing and took the salad. I was FUMING MAD!!!!!!!! Let's just say everyone in the office knows that someone ate my salad. I made a sign and hung it in the refrig. "Please don't eat food that is not yours!!!!" I walked back into our office and got the fattening lunch that was brought in and I as I sat here eating it because I was sooooo angry. I got tapped on the shoulder.......... 1 in 8 Americans go to bed hungry. You have FREE food sitting in front of you and your pride is in the way.......Maybe someone else needed that salad more than you....OUCH!!!! so, to say the least, I hope whoever got the salad, enjoyed it and it filled their stomachs.
Example # 2- I am soooooooooooooooooo very thankful for the health of my children. Several times I have mentioned on here about Stellan and Johanna and other children that I have read and followed their blogs. I'm overwhelmed with compassion for them and pray for them and watch and follow their families. What a testimony they are. I hold my children a little tighter at night.
Example # 3- I have friends. I have many friends but I have a handful of "Close friends". You know the kind that..... You can write a post on Facebook and in a few minutes you get a phone call or an e-mail wanting to know what is up. You can NOT write on your blog and they want to know why. You can walk into the room and not say a word and she says......"Come, let's talk" while she taps on the table she is sitting at. Those are the friends that keep me in check. The ones that know when I am struggling and can't find the words to utter out of my mouth because the tears will start before the words. I am thankful for those because there are so very many lonely people. I am truly grateful for them!!!!!!
So, there are soooooooooooo many more that I could list here. How about you? Have you caught yourself complaining only to realize that what you are complaining about is a blessing.
Please share your thoughts....... I would love to hear them

Laboring With You,
Doula Mama Pam

Monday, November 9, 2009

YOU CAN FOLLOW ALONG ON HIS MOM'S WEBSITE . Thank you so much in advance for your prayers.

Laboring With You,
Doula Mama Pam

PS- Birth-Day story on Wednesday!!!!!!

Friday, November 6, 2009

Fantastic Friday!!!!!- Sneek Preview

There is just something about those tiny feet and hands!!!!!
Congrats to Sam and Kim!
More to come this weekend.
Laboring With You,
Doula Mama Pam

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Thoughtful Thursday

I received this e-mail from my dear friend Marsha who is a missionary in the Ukraine. It spoke VOLUMES to me. I can't tell you how many times I have read it and read it again. I hope that it encourages you as much as it does me. I asked her if I could share it and she said yes. Read through it and pray through it.

I was sitting at my desk this morning - thinking and praying through many, many things. I heard the song (I am Persuaded) on Travis Cottrell's new CD (thank you Peggy). It's from Romans 8:38-39. Thought you might need this as much as I did.

"For I am persuaded that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other created thing will have the power to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus."

It reminds me that the love of God is always right there with me where ever I am - and nothing can take that away from me -
- Not the glumy Kiev weather
- Not the smelly apartment next door
- Not the dreary, old apartment I live in
- Not the drunks on the benches in the park
- Not the babushka who told me to stop eating until I learned the language
- Not the misunderstandings of Americans who want to come to "do" a mission trip with no thought of impacting the culture for Christ
- Not the declining dollar or our declining company benefits
- Not the breaker box in the hall that keeps breaking when I try to dry clothes in the dryer with the lights on in the apartment
- Not the sister who adds ridiculous requests to my work among the ladies here

Nope, none of those things separate me from His love. Although I have to admit, they often cause me to forget His nearness, His power, and His call to be "in Him" in the moment. I pray He forgives me every time my mind is overwhelmed with circumstances!

Have a wonderful day.
Laboring with You,
Doula Mama Pam

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Connor is here!!!!!

Mr. Connor has arrived. Beautiful baby boy!!!!. 7 pounds and 2 ounces. Just gorgeous. Mom and Dad are doing great. Birth story this weekend!!!!!!

Laboring With You,
Doula Mama Pam


On my way out the door to help with my November Mom..........a Little Boy is on the way!!!!!!!!

Stay tuned.......

Laboring This Morning,
Doula Mama Pam

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Thankful Tuesday

THE MAMMOGRAM REPORT IS IN...............................................

NORMAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PRAISE THE LORD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you for your prayers and support. Get to wait another year!!!!

Doula Mama Pam

Monday, November 2, 2009

Not Me Monday Prayertime for Stellan

Praying for you today. If you don't know this little one, please visit his Mom's blog over at . He is such a fighter. Praying for his Mom and Dad as they seek the help of The Healer. Join me today praying for this little one.
S-Seeking Healing from The One that is THE HEALER!
T-Telling the world that God is in Control!!!!!!
E-Energetic little one
L-Loved by his family
L-Loved by his web-family
A-Answer to prayer
N-Never giving up!!!!!
Praying for you today Stellan
Doula Mama Pam