Jun29 ~Life~ Posted on June 29, 2012 by Amey Fair Standard These are the days…. Phoebe picking up her veggies at the Farmer’s Market… A water sprinkler wrestling match between brothers…. Look at those MUSCLES!! And don’t forget MY muscles!! Hmmm…what kind of trouble can I get into this week? Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
These pictures warm my heart. She must be sooooo happy to be home!
So grateful to see all four children together in the same yard at the same time playing and having an incredible morning together. What a joy for the family. Praying for sweet Phoebe to have a good recovery this time and enjoy her four weeks being at home. That is the best medicine for the whole family. Try to stay cool! This hot weather is tough. Love to all, Pat Williams, a grandmother in Tuscaloosa
There shall be showers of blessings………………and you have pictures the most precious 4 ones! Uplifting to see them all!!
Looking great Fair clan! 🙂 Beautiful, healthy and oh so strong!
Praying and praying!!
Loved this post! Phoebe looks fantastic! Bright eyes and just watchin’ her brothers play…..you’ve got such a beautiful family! These pictures really do make me happy. God bless and hugs to you all 🙂
Hey- kasha from Stephenville. So glad that you are enjoying these days. Soak them up! I definentely know it was a God thing that we met. I have been in and out of 3 hospitals since last Friday with my 3 yr old son. We even went to Childrens medical- Dallas. We are currently admitted at cooks- ft worth, been here since Monday. We thought our tummy pain was appendix or virus. Now they are thinking more along the lines of a bacteria or parasite. Tired of the small room and IV and pain. Kaden and I draw our strength from Phoebe. I tell him,” if Phoebe can do it- so can you”. He knows her so well for them to have never met before.
It seems so weird how our stories are linked. We will continue praying for you and your family and expecting good days for us all!
Thank you so much for taking the time to show us the “fun” times, too!!
Thank you for the adorable pictures….I feel closer to you all when I see these! God Bless you all and prayers are definitely still going up! God is so good!!
I like the pictures, too and it is Life as normal as it can be. I bet Phoebe just loves to be out and about just like any other little girl would be. And your boys no doubt enjoy having everyone at home as a family. Running through the sprinklers, horsing around for the camera, being silly!
Absolutely beautiful…Thank you. (Your photos of life completely ministered to my soul with gratitude to our wonderful Creator and Giver of Life!)
That was just wonderful. Love seeing the tangible answers to our prayers. LIFE indeed. They all look so happy, relaxed and loved. Love the photos of “The Phoebster.” She looks so good and content.
Thanks for sharing the precious pictures of your beautiful family!! Isn’t it nice to see them smile and have fun? I am sure you are enjoying every precious second of it!! God bless!!
These are adorable!! Everyone looks like they’re having fun. She’s so happy to be home, you can tell she doesn’t mind a bit sitting here and taking it all in. She is so beautiful! We love you Phoebe and continue praying and fighting with you!!!
Amey, she looks so much brighter and alert – people should send you captions for THAT picture of “The Thinker” – God continues to bless your little family with so much abundance – it shows in all your faces!
Donna Wilkins, a friend of a friend of your parents!
I always enjoy seeing the pictures of everyone. Phoebe looks so great and I can see some hair growing! She’s beautiful.
love all of the pictures and especially the captions. Your middle son looks like his great grand father John Green, miniature one for now. But minus the hat! So greatful that things are closer to being what we consider “normal”. Enjoy! I continue to pray for each of you.
I had seen your blog a few months ago from a link on a friend’s Facebook page and my heart was instantly touched. I am the mother of twin daughters, turning 5 next week.
I came back to your blog today and noticed that Julie Ziglar Norman is your mother – I saw her speak at a conference in San Antonio this past April and loved her; I have also had the pleasure of seeing your grandfather speak once.
But, back to the true meaning of my post. Phoebe moves me each and every time I see her. There is no denying the strength and purpose within her. And your faith…your faith replenishes mine. I will be praying for your sweet girl; thank you for sharing the story of your beautiful family.