Monday, June 16, 2008

Our Quiver is Full!

Behold, children are a gift from the Lord, the fruit of the womb is a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, So are the children born of one’s youth. How blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them;
Psalm 127:3,4,5

What about the ones not born in his youth???? LOL
Well, they are little stinkers...oh, I mean BLESSINGS too!
We were so happy to have Brother Darling, Sister Darling and the two little Darlings with us for Father’s Day, along with Future SIL Darling who was nice enough to take our picture Sunday afternoon. Happy Father’s Day, Daddy Darling. We love you… (even if you did change into your “play clothes” before the picture!)

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought a "quiver" was FIVE. You need ONE MORE!!! LOL

RR

Debbie and Sam said...

What a beautiful family! So many blessings!

Mommy Spice said...

What a great family picture! I love the girls dresses. I got your email and am planning on coming. S.G. is very excited. She had a difficult night last night and was crying to go home at 3:00am. Ugh! That's the first hard night she's had here though. I'm going to blame it on the marshmallows she had before bedtime.

Anonymous said...

I love the family picture! This is the first one I have seen since DB joined the family. I wish I could print the picture of the girls together, but my computer just won't let me. I did get the family picture. See you soon. Love, Aunt Muhl

Mama Ladybug said...

So nice to see ALL of the Darlings in one photo! As time goes by it gets harder and harder with busy lives. Looks like a nice Father's Day indeed. I've always loved those passages of scripture too.

Laura O said...
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Laura O said...

HAHAHAHA The caption on that picture needs to be "Which 2 are not like the others?" Look at uncle Phil and JP...now THAT is classic. Great family pic if only we could get those 2 to smile :)

C-A-M said...

DB is just growing and growing. Every time I look at your blog, and see her pictures, I can't believe it is the same little girl I met in Tongling. The are both beautiful!

Hugs
Chelsie and Max