2nd grade, 1st grade, and preschool...Ryan and I have been blessed with three amazing babies that are growing way too fast.
We all loved returning to school minus the early mornings, no naps, and no pool days. We all are excited about the year ahead and the growth to come.
Happy 6th birthday to our Mae Jane! Our little girl is full of life, fun, and spunk! Her caring spirit is most concerned about others being lonely and most willing to lend a helping hand to others! She is a blessing to us and we love her so much!
I was up and down (Great Gran style) today waiting for Dad and Pop to make it back to the shop. Phone ringing, two friends in the shop, and green car gone.... I sure miss her presence!
Aunt Brenda and I worked on thank you cards today and all I can say is “the Keppler family is blessed!” Thank you for all your love and support! ~Love Never Fails
This is not at all what I ever wanted and Great Gran knew it! When she would state, “Honey, I’m old!” I would reply, “You are going to live for another 50 years.” Then we would hug and share “I love you’s.”
34 years filled with memories, pictures, and love. I was the blessed one! How many people can say they saw their grandparents every single day till the age of 18; then as an adult if I didn’t see them every week I spoke to them on the phone? The memories are endless.
We had special bond and truly she was more than a grandma. As I looked through her Bibles tonight the same words were highlighted in all... 1 Corinthians 13:8 Love Never Fails!
I love you Great Gran! ❤️
I’m not sure where time has gone, but my little nugget is 4!!! She loves to swim, play school and mom, wear dresses, high heels, and snuggle. She loves Big Red gum, Pizza Hut, BBQ, and salads loaded with veggies and French and ranch dressing. She is full of life and we love her belly laugh!
Ryan and I have a few more gray hairs since her arrival four years ago! She likes to keep us on our toes and our focus on the Lord.
Madison isn’t thrilled we are spending her birthday in St. Louis (she has a dentist appointment and lab work @ Glennon), but with Starbucks and IKEA in the plan she will tolerate St. Louis... or at least I hope she doesn’t start screaming once we pass Vandalia!
Please continue to pray for our Glennon friends and Madison’s upcoming 3-year post transplant appointments. Madison has been in remission for almost three years and we continue to be thankful for so many of our dear friends are relapsing.