I Love Thursday #204 Abounding Blessings

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  1. Chrisknits says:

    Aw, Colt, a boy through and through! Isn’t it wonderful to see their excitement! And as always, all of the littles are just precious.

  2. Oh Roseanne that song is just so much fun! I listened to it while I was playing on the longarm and I was boogying! The littles always make me smile. I e never heard of raspberry oranges but need to find some now. 😉

  3. Sue H says:

    Never heard of raspberry oranges let alone tried one. They sound delicious! Precious grandkids. So much joy.

  4. Colette says:

    I have some of the raspberry oranges. Oh Colt the trains are awesome. The boy’s favorite was the Thomas the Train, we had huge amounts of tracks, and were always making new configurations. What a neat song. I had to listen to it a couple of times. Then actually watch the video which was very cool also. As usual the littles are so cute. Oh I am sure sooner or later Addison is going to catch up with Dominick and pass him for a while. Great likes

  5. No, I’ve not heard of raspberry oranges…sounds delicious. I enjoyed 23 and when I was that age I’d just taken leave from teaching to stay home with my new baby girl, Amelia. Of course, I enjoyed seeing those “babies” this morning.

  6. It’s always such fun to see what the kiddos are up to. Don’t they wear you out, they always seem so busy!

  7. Connie says:

    Loved the songs, but it will be the smiling pictures of the the little ones that will stay with me! 23 was not a good year LOL They are so cute, especially in matching pjs!! Thanks for always sharing the joy that they are!

  8. Kathleen McCormick says:

    Was I 23??? ha ha trying to remember it. I do believe our challenges bring us to places we never expected. Those raspberry oranges look a little like blood oranges. They sound quite good. The littles are adorable, as always.

  9. Sally says:

    Raspberry orange? They look strange. I can’t imagine!

  10. That is a neat song, Roseanne – thanks for sharing it! I haven’t heard of the raspberry oranges either, but sounds like they are worth trying. Love the look on Chase’s face when he was in chair jail! So cute! And looks like Colt is really growing – I though he might be D in the picture with the train set!

  11. Pat says:

    Catchy song! My 23 will never be a song on the radio. I have never seen or heard of raspberry oranges. The Littles are getting so big! I always celebrate my blessings, big and small, everyday. Thanks for sharing Thursday with me … 🙂 Pat

  12. Loved all the blessings today, Roseanne! I totally agree about challenges and being able to push through in faith!! Raspberry oranges do not sound appealing to me! Just give me plain old oranges!! LOL Love seeing the littles in their element!

  13. Gail Sheppard says:

    Love reading about your blessings! Of course, the littles are always so cute! And so fun to see! Thank you for sharing!

  14. Rochelle Summers says:

    Such a wonderful post. I feel the blessings when I conquer something challenging…not so much when I don’t. But having tried is the important part. Hmm, raspberry oranges. Might buy a bag and pass them out to friends. Now that’s a challenging…adjusting the mind to believe they are okay to eat. Gave the grands train sets for years and they ran them all over the house. When a few years had gone by and they hadn’t played with them I gifted them to a friend with you grands. She sends me photos every once in a while of the trains running through the living room, dining room and down the hall. There were many sets!! Addison is growing..like a girl!

  15. Alycia Quilts says:

    Raspberry Oranges…. never heard of them!
    Love your list!!!

  16. Rasberry oranges? Woiw! Never heard of those before! The kids are getting so big! Can’t believe how big Colt is!!! Have a wonderful weekend!

  17. Wendy Tuma says:

    You found some interesting things for your post today – raspberry oranges? Who knew? It’s always fun to try something new. I’m not sure I have a 23! I’ll have to ponder that. Of course, the littles steal the show!

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