Seen here is my four year old, Forrest. We are eskimo kissing! At age four, he said so many kind things to me. He stated, "I'm sorry mommy, you had to grow up way too fast." Another thing he said at age 3 or 4 is "I miss our Miata. " Why I asked? He stated, "Because I want to sit up front next to you."
Then there was the first time I got an iPhone and I passed it to him in the back seat to view photos. Just minutes later, he had Carrie Underwood singing, "How great thou art". I asked him what he did and he showed me how to play You Tube videos.
This Carrie Underwood story is extra significant because I played songs like Jesus Take the Wheel during my pregnancy. I am one of the few moms who planned to get a divorce and during the transition, I got pregnant. My decision to keep my baby, was the best decision for our all of us. See here in one of my favorite photos.
The beautiful hand made necklace below was lost on the East Coast of Florida. I believe it came up missing from the Stuart Y location when I was swimming. Or is it the Stuart YMCA? Either way, because we are separated now since age 5 when he began kindergarten, this special thumbprint necklace holds extreme sentimental value.
If you have this necklace, please mail it to my attention: Elizabeth Nelson at 1189 NE Cleveland Street Clearwater, Florida 33755.
Thank you to his teacher who helped him to make this because this is the last piece of art/photo/gift I ever received from him. He truly is an artist and his artwork is prophetic at times. He is my greatest gift thus far. I am eternally grateful that I made the decision to keep the greatest gift my ex husband has ever given me.
Sonique, I need some help here.
Thanks a million.
I believe we should bring her to USF Sundome!
to see more videos on Lucas visit you tube Alexis Ahrens. There is an amazing video on spirit communication.
When my son was this age, we used to listen to this Faith Rivera CD in our Mazda Miata with the top down. We performed like this little cutie! I look forward to following his career. Talk about seeing someone do what they are born to do!
The foundation of inspire well-being! was the serenity prayer. God grant me the serenity to accept the things that I cannot change, the courage to change the things that I can and the wisdom to know the difference.
Of all of the jobs, careers that I have ever had, the one I value most is being a mother. Seen here, bowling with mom and dad age 4 or 5. last of my photo collection summer 2013.
Helping to answer prayers for others has become one of my most important purposes in this lifetime.