Work of the Lord

In Hebrew, Amelia means “Work of the Lord.” This little girl, with her delicate, defined features is so precious and we are so thankful for the work God did in forming her and fashioning her to be just who He wanted her to be! With each child, I become more in awe of God’s work. He creates, He protects, He loves and, what is most incredible, the King of Kings beckons the little children to come unto Him. He says that whoever receives a little child in His name receives Him! How incredibly beautiful!

“For you created my inmost being;
you knit me together in my mother’s womb.
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
your works are wonderful,
I know that full well.”
-Psalm 139:13&14
Last night, she took a bottle for the first time! Now perhaps daddy can wake up in the night too!;)

Personalized blanket from Auntie Maryanne

Last night, she took a pacifier for the first time too…almost as big as her little face!!;)

Sleeping soundly…

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4 Responses to Work of the Lord

  1. helms family says:

    Very, very sweet! Good job on the bottle., That will let you go out on "dates" with the other kids too. So, lots of benefits to bottles if you can make it work!

  2. Grace says:

    She is so very precious and tiny! Love the pictures.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I think that beautiful baby has gained weight in the last couple of days…Small as she is, she looks bigger than when we left….Mom

  4. Anonymous says:

    She;s such a pretty little girl. Amazing how she has matured in just 4-5 days.Dad

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