Sunday, January 3, 2010

Peek-a-boo in the bathtub

Two of Baby Lu's favorite things to do are taking a bath and playing peek-a-boo. She was quite pleased with herself that she figured out how to combine the two!

Actually, I've been using all these cute, but mindless pictures of Lu to butter you up for my next series. I'm going to start posting a series on family-integrated worship tomorrow. I hope you'll tune-in and I really hope you'll share your successes and struggles in this area. I'll share a number of books with you that I've been reading and of course my thoughts on the matter. But I'll also share with you my own personal struggles and questions. Finally, I want to look at what exactly the Bible has to say about this. This is all very new to me so I will cherish your input. So enjoy the pictures today, but gear up for yet another series tomorrow.


  1. She is so precious! And clever too!

  2. I think that you just like to take pictures of your precious Baby Lu. My Em also likes to play peek-a-boo, but in the kitchen cabinet with her biggest brother. Soooo precious to see our babies playing. I am excited to see what you have to write about family worship. Not to sound prideful in any way, but I, too, could write a series on family worship. I sense that we are of the same theological convictions and both of our husbands are pastors. So, if you want any suggestions I would be happy to tag team (or write together) about our journeys in family worship.

  3. Love your pictures!
    I have two teenagers (well, one's 14 and one is ALMOST a teenager - will be 13 in March).
    I asume by worship you mean music? Or are you talking about worshipping in life, in general? We listen to all kinds of music - Country, pop, Christian. A while back, we were listening to a Country station and my pre-teen daughter pipes up and told me to listen to the lyrics of the then-new country song on the radio. They were something like "Everyone who sees you wants to know you and everyone who knows you has to smile. Everyone who knows you calls you amazing, but I just call you mine." My daughter said, "Mom, I know it's a love song to a guy, but that song could be about Jesus, couldn't it?" I just loved that she said that and I told her that Jesus would love it if she sang that to Him any time. So, she's been taking regular love songs from secular radio, and turning them around to sing to Him...and she means every word. I think that's precious worship - from the heart. Thought up by a 12 year old.

  4. Actually, I'm going to cover all aspects of worship in the home and together as a family in church. Reading, studying, and memorizing Scripture, praying, worshipping through singing, etc.
    Debbie- I would love your input and if you want to do a series concurrently I'd be happy to link to yours or vice versa.

  5. Just adorable! And too funny that we posted tubby pictures on the same day :)



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