Tuesday, February 20, 2007



12 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:31 AM

    So sweet!

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  2. Thank you for posting the pictures of Noah. There are no words needed for them. They speak a billion words and feelings on their own. This is what it is all about. NOAH. His legacy and the difference he made and will continue to make on this world.

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  3. I miss your precious boy as I know you do on a so much more immense and inexplicable level.

    I am catching up with some of your past posts. So glad you had some time away with dear friends. I have been praying that you would be surrounded with close friends and peaceful pastures of rest and healing. SOunds like those pastures were the slopes and what better friends could you have close than Chad and Cristine.

    Praying for you!

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  4. Anonymous11:21 AM

    Thank you for sharing more pictures. I look at them and I am reminded about how much I miss Noah, yet comforted by how much he has taught ALL of us.

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  5. Thank you for sharing more pictures Adrienne. What a precious little angel he is!

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  6. Thank you for sharing your precious boy with us...

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  7. Anonymous1:56 PM

    I find myself thinking about you and your family quite often. I have an 18month old boy at home and everytime I look at pictures of Noah it reminds me of my own. Often times when I am rocking my little one to sleep at night I will say prayers and cuddle him. We are praying for you and your family and I miss Noah like he was my own. My heart breaks for you and your family. Noah has definitly made his mark on this world as well as many hearts. God Bless You,

    Amanda

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  8. Wow, i just reag your page and I think you are an amazing woan!!

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  9. Anonymous9:58 PM

    Adrienne -
    I'm not much of a blog poster - but yesterday's post about spanking children has just been nagging at me.
    I am SO grateful to my parents for spanking me! I was introduced to discipline at an early age and it quickly taught me obedience and self control. I was NEVER fearful of my parents, and by Emily's response to your joke about breaking spoons over her buns, she isn't either.

    I can only remember being spanked 2-3 times. It's amazing how fast kids learn! After that my dad would only need to clear his throat to get my attention. So to those critics; spanking is a very short term technique that can soon be replaced with the afore mentioned throat clearing and the ever effective raised eyebrow.

    I'm 26 now and I count my parents as two of my dearest friends. And I turned out, as they say, "well adjusted." A swift smack on the tush not only keeps the kiddos out of trouble, but it teaches them self discipline and self control. Boy, this world could use more people with those qualities!

    So...spank on! (Sorry Em - but you'll be all the better for it.)

    -Christi

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  10. Mandy7712:11 AM

    Thank you for sharing more photos of Noah and Em! I love it when you post them.

    I am so glad you have a strong rock to lean on and warm arms to hold you. I think sometimes we take for granted the amazing men we have in our lives. Its posts like yours that reminds us to appreciate them for being the loving partners they are.

    Thanks Adrienne for taking the time to post. :o)

    Love, Mandy77

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  11. I just love seeing picture's of your precious little man. He is truly the picture of perfection.

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  12. Anonymous8:27 AM

    I just wanted to let you know that on my way to work this morning I rocked out to "Beutiful Day" and said a little prayer for you and your family. You are in my thoughts and prayers!!!

    Amanda

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