Friday, January 9, 2009

Future Missonaries!


So it's a new year in primary which started off with Parker becoming a Sunbeam. Let's just say he was not happy about it. I mean come on no toys & no snacks, who could blame the poor kid right. But he has a great teacher who I know will make this transition easy for him.
Hunter is now in CTR 6 which he was happy that his friend Russell from last year is in his class and to top off his excitement his friend Noah from preschool is now in his class. We are hoping for a better year with Hunter, he has two male teachers who are really good and we had our first week of him not being won't brought to us. It became a ritual that every time the door in Sunday School would open I kept thinking please not Hunter, so we are crossing our fingers and saying a prayer that he will have a better year this year.
Andrew is now in CTR 8 which he will be preparing for his baptism in August. We are really looking forward to this time and have decided to gear our family home evening lessons around baptism so Andrew will know and understand what an important covenant he will be making.
All my of my boys are good boys and have sweet spirits. I hope and pray that as they learn and grow at home and in church they will have the desire to be the kind of missionary there Daddy was. I could not ask for a better example to my children than that of there Daddy.

6 comments:

The Fergy Bunch said...

They look so handsome and you are right, they do have a great example of a good missionary. It's hard to believe that Andrew will be turning 8 and baptised. I'm proud of you, you are raising them very well! Any idea yet on when the baptisim might be? I'm hoping to be there but need a date so David can maybe take it off.

Erin Noel said...

We might actually have it in California. That way Andrew and Anthony can get baptized together. I'm still working out the details with the Westbergs.

TerriJ said...

I am so proud of my 3 handsome grandsons. And I am equally proud of their parents who love them and who teach them the gospel. They will be awesome missionaries someday! Love from a proud Grama

The Fergy Bunch said...

Oh that would be awesome! Then ther is NO WAY we could not be there! And what a fun memory for Andrew & Anthony!

lovebuglw said...

Your boys are very sweet and it makes me feel all tingly inside when I see them being so.. well, sweet with McKayla. I'll sure they'll be wonderful missionaries, they're already wonderful boys!

TerriJ said...

Tell the boys I go on your blog just to see their picture! I miss them already! Love my grandsons!!!!