Grandmas Visit

Posted by on Sep 21, 2013 in Family Updates, Featured, Photo Galleries, Video | 14 comments

Throughout Scripture grandmas played an important role in the lives of their children, and grandchildren. It is hard for us to realize just how much their families were benefited with the multi-generational influence each family took on.

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One vivid example is that of Timothy who was raised by his mother and grandmother to become not only an assistant to Paul, but a great leader to many largely due to the legacy of faith his mother and grandmother instilled into him.

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We have been richly blessed to have our parents and grandparents involved in our lives and in the life of our son. Their vision and wise insight are far beyond ours just because they have so much more life  experience.

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Someone once said, “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” We are grateful for how they transparently share from their victories and failures tips in how to train Paul.

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As first time parents, people are quick to offer comments of encouragement or advice wherever we go. We are blessed to know that they want the best for us. When our parents mention something, it often takes on a whole new depth because we have seen them live out their advice.

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Paul is 100% boy! He loves to play with his daddy especially when it makes mom nervous :-).

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14 Comments

  1. What a blessing to have family with you right now!

  2. Just love your blogs!!!!!

  3. Love watching Paul grow!!!!

  4. Awwww!!!!!! He is adorable. He looks like David a lot, but I also think he looks like his cousin Michael too. 🙂

  5. I have to ask…how do you dry out the seeds?

    • They were actually remarkably dry already. Of course, the ones you see in the picture that are bright gold are not ready to pick, but the dried heads are great. We usually store them in a cereal box so they can continue to dry and remain dormant until spring. Thanks for asking!

  6. Paul is growing so much! Glad to know ya’ll are doing well. Grandma Keller seems to be very happy with Paul :).

  7. You and your family are such a blessing. I love reading your blog and being encouraged.

  8. I am one of thousands or more who had the privilege to observe your
    wedding via television. I would like to see it made in a DVD and put out for people to buy for their children who are in a relationship to
    study. In your wedding service there was so much ministry going on. Often when a couple are at the stage of impending marriage it is just
    about the dresses, tux, flowers, etc. If they were to sit and actually
    experience your wedding service they would be compelled to truly think
    what marriage is after this glamour day. I agree Paul resembles Michael.

    Blessings to you. May I ask what denomination if any you are
    affiliated with. I know the Kellers are Baptist correct?

  9. Thank you for setting such a fine example. You clearly understand that the foundation of society is the family.

  10. How old is Paul now ? I may be wrong, but I was thinking He is almost one year.old.

    • Thanks for asking! Next week Paul turns 7 months old! He looks like he is big enough to be a year :-).

  11. hello from romania. congrats on your beautiful family! We have a boy (14 month) too! you are such an encouragement for me! I wish you the best

  12. Prisilla u and ur husband are pure examples! How is Suzette?!!! She is a wonderful women. Really a gift from
    Him

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