Sunday, November 9, 2008

Family Photos


Amy said...

Oh grrrrr!!!! This is supposed to show up in the link at the bottom. For some reason, here it is :) If you don't like it, take it off. I'll keep playing around with it.

Lots of people have asked me about pics of the family, that's why I'm trying to get this up.

Love ya, Amy #1

Melissa said...

Hi Amy--I'm a mother of six, too and praying for you in Washington state. We've been married 14 yr with kids 5-13 so a very similar spread. May the Lord hold every one of you within the shield of Himself both this week and for the weeks to come. And it's great that the pictures are right there, even for dial up slow pokes like me. They say so much of what God is up to--bringing glory to Himself through our fragile lives and the beautiful children He gives.
A sister in Christ, Melissa

The Carrs, said...

I cannot believe how big your kids have gotten! It has been a long time since I last saw them while working at TWR! They are beautiful!

thefedssc said...

Precious pictures of your family - thanks for sharing them with us.

Brandi said...

There ALL so adorable! Wish we lived closer... seeing Cara so grown up makes me feel so old. I remember when she was a baby!

Anonymous said...

Amy, I see you in each of your children. Just like their Mama, they are beautiful. I really enjoyed seeing the slide show. I love you, Amy, and am praying for all of you. Aunt Sarah

Scovills said...

Jon and Amy,
We just wanted to let you know we are praying for you and your family during this time. May the God of all comfort be especially near to you at this time and give you a peace that only He can give. We are also praying that all goes well during the surgery and recovery process. We have given you as a prayer request to all of our family members--great prayer warriors--so know that there are many others praying for you as well.
Todd and Brenda Scovill

Schearer Boys said...

Amy...I just heard about this trial that you and Jon are going through. Your cousin told me at church this past Sunday. I'm so sorry. I'm praying for you and for this surgery on Wednesday. It sounds like you have an outpouring of help and encouragement there in CO. Please keep us updated how we can pray! I loved going back and reading through your blog posts. It's good to hear your sense of humor is still prevailing. I especially liked "Does God count the fake hairs?" =) Love,

ramya said...

Hi Amy,
God is in control of everything, you are always in our prayers, its not your strength but by the strength of God you will overcome... just take courage in the Almighty.
With Prayers
Ramya & Sam

CNA Momma said...

It is good to hear that you are being well taken care of by friends and family. We are praying for you and our church, Faith Baptist in Shelby, NC. Your children are all so beautiful.
In Christ,
Tammy Carter

Anonymous said...


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We will pray for all along your journey

~Me said...

Jon and Amy, your kids are just so beautiful! I can see both of you in all of them. (Thanks Amy the first for posting the pics!) Still praying for you all.

Love ya! Bonnie

kaye said...

Amy, I am a breast cancer survivor. I am praying for you and have just sent out an email to over 100 of my prayer partners and friends to pray for you and your little one. Stay on your knees and in God's word, and He will use this for His glory. In Christ Our Lord, Kaye

Anonymous said...

Hi Amy,

Just want to let you know that we're praying. Although I had the infamous cancer myself, I didn't have the extra JOY of having to consider a little one! May God bless you and help you to know the comfort and strenght only He can give! Folks here in SC are holding you up in prayer!

Your old homeroom teacher! :)

gemma said...

Hi Amy - I receive e-mail updates from Kevin and Jessica. You are in my prayers almost daily. May God bless and keep you and the new little one in His care. I know this time is not always easy, but from what I know of Jessica's family, you will have great support, both emotionally and spiritually. I have another friend who is battling cancer as well. He has 7 kids as well - three still at home, so they are older than yours. I keep you in prayer right along with him. May God grant you a full recovery and many more years ahead with all your precious little ones. - Gemma