Paul. Nathan. Jacob.
All I need to make me happy.
(Although I did get a sweetest-ever thank-you hug from Nathan - so did Paul. Completely melted.)
People frequently ask if I expected my children to become believers. I usually reply that the gospel is powerful and attractive. It uniquely meets the needs of fallen humanity. Therefore, I expected that God's Word would be the power of God to salvation for my children.That kind of sums up my belief. I can preach all I want, but it's God who will attract my children. Let me tell you, it does kind of scare me to think I can't control this decision in their lives. It's the one thing I want most for my children, to love and accept Christ. But it's not something I can do for them, or force them to do. It's their own personal decision, and it's the most important one they'll ever make.
Head to rump, your baby is approximately 5 1/2 inches long and weighs almost 7 ounces. He's busy flexing his arms and legs — movements that you'll start noticing more and more in the weeks ahead. (From a weekly update I get from Babycenter.com)