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To Keep Myself Sane – Fingerprint Fridays

May 7, 2011 - Author: Ordinary Girl - 3 Comments

The Rusted Chain – has been the inspiration for the Fingerprint Friday series. Stop by and see who else is doing it.


That he can take this life
And hold it by the hand
And he can greet the world
With arms wide open…



I don’t need no one
To tell me ’bout heaven
I look at my daughter and i believe


?These pictures were taken a while ago, but you can see their eyes so clearly. If you stop and take the time, you will realize, nothing is as clear as when seen through the eyes of a child.

My dear friend Jennifer, (check out her blog) is a new mother. She had a long heartbreaking struggle with infertility, only to be blessed by God with a beautiful daughter – completely naturally – shared something with me. She told me that her mother told her that when tiny babies smile, it is because they are remembering heaven. It is a thought that warms my heart and makes me smile. I can see heaven when I take the time to look into the eyes of my children.

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Discussion (3 Comments)

  1. by PrincessMommyPants

    Thanks, I am pretty partial to them myself ;-p

  2. by Unconditionally You

    Awwww, I love this! Thank you for sharing. 🙂

  3. by 1stTimeMama


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