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Every summer Joel says we should buzz the boys’ hair. And every summer I beg him not to get out the clippers. I love my boys cute little haircuts and I couldn’t imagine tiny bald boys running around my yard. I don’t know why, but I just couldn’t do it.

And then it happened. Joel must have caught me in a weak moment. He knows me well enough to know that I would change my mind in five minutes so he literally ran for the clippers. I didn’t even have time to grab my big camera and he was done.

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Baby Tiny had his first real summer haircut. It was actually quite lovely because normally he has to sit on my lap for his haircuts. I always leave needing a shower because I am covered in lollipop slobber and hair. So this actually was a much better option for me. But now my baby looks like a big boy (insert tears)!

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Griff was next. He thought he was so big and was so proud of his haircut. Cutie!

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Joel gave Levi a mo-hawk. If you know Levi, you know this is SO not his personality. He will hardly let me spike up his hair. I have a few risk takers running around my house but he is not one of them…at least not yet.

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He thought it was cool for a minute until he started worrying that Joel might actually leave it that way. This was when he started begging his daddy to cut the rest.

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Of course, he did.

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Little boys are so fun…and so silly!

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And just look how cute these two are with their summer haircuts.

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I’m already ready for Tiny to get his baby haircut back. He’s growing up way too fast. I’m pretty sure he likes it though. He is always trying to be just like the big boys…and now he looks just like them too!

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  • jenny - It will grow back so fast, you won’t believe it! They look so adorable. 🙂ReplyCancel

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  • Kelly - Soooo cute! I only know how to do clipper cuts around here and I am too cheap to take them anywhere! oh dear. 🙂 KellyReplyCancel

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  • Tiffany - Oh Jess!!! I can’t even handle how much cute, and sweet, and summer is happening here!!! Those bellies and those basketball shorts and those sweet buzzed heads, such a fun post!!!ReplyCancel

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  • Tina - I have 4 boys and when we do the summer hair cuts (which are becoming all the time haircuts b/c they’ve learned they don’t like combing their hair and that’s easier)…when they’re all newly cut and super short, people think my kids are clones. 🙂 And yours look all super alike as well, so now I get it! 🙂 We did ours a month ago and my 6 year old is already telling me his hair is too long and he needs it cut again.ReplyCancel

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  • Mary Ann - I loved the shaved heads….they are so cute and all getting so big.ReplyCancel

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  • Amy - Too cute!! Loving that stock tank pool! 🙂ReplyCancel

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IMG_8655newI have to be honest and tell you that when DaySpring contacted me about promoting these party cups I was going to say no right away. I only like to post about things I love and when I saw these I wasn’t in love. But as I was looking at them Levi came over and said, “Wow, mom! Are you getting those for us?” He loved them. The monster ones of course. And then I remembered it wasn’t always about what I loved, but what my kids love too. And they love these fun reusable cups.

IMG_8666newThese princess cups are pretty adorable. I would have snatched them up right away, but no one in my family was too excited about pink or princesses. But wouldn’t these be fun for a princess party? Someone pleeeeease plan a princess party for their little girl for me.

IMG_8672newOf course my boys loved the U-Neeks cups. They call them monsters. They each have a little message on them along with a Bible verse. And each character has a name. I love that.

IMG_8680newAs soon as I opened these cups I came up with all sorts of things I could use them for. Party favors, Sunday School gifts, VBS prizes, or a fun summer gift for your child to give to a friend or neighbor.

IMG_8697newOf course I had to come up with a boy version too. Since I have boys and all. This character’s name is Dweeber. 🙂

dayspring cupsDon’t tell my boys, but I am kind of partial to that cute pink princess. I may just have to keep one for myself.

IMG_8730newI filled the cups with a glow stick, bubbles, a piece of chalk, play-doh, and a little lollipop. I found everything at the Dollar Tree except the mini lollipops. Did I mention the cups are reusable? Once the kids have used up all their goodies, they will still have the cup to keep and reuse.

IMG_8734newSo, it turns out these cups are pretty awesome…Levi was right. I’m pretty sure they would make any kid smile and I kind of love them now too. Besides the cute characters and bright colors my favorite part is the verse on each one. We are about to wrap up Sunday School at my church and I’m planning on giving one of these to each one of the preschoolers in my class. I can’t wait!

Just for YOU, DaySpring is discounting all reusable party cups! Through Thursday, June 16, these cups will be marked down to $5 (regularly $11.88). There is no code necessary as they are already marked down on the DaySpring website. They come in sets of 12 and there are 11 styles to choose from. Make sure to check them all out and maybe you can create a fun summer party favor too. Yay for SUMMER!

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IMG_8222newFor months there had been plans for a new building to go up at the farm. The boys were super excited because that meant a crane would be coming. They told me it was going to be the best day ever.

IMG_8224newThey waited and waited and were always asking dad when he thought the crane would come. He really didn’t know. And then one evening Joel told me that the crane would be there the next day. Of course it was our Bible study day and everything within me wanted to not tell the boys about the crane and hope they forgot about it. Haha. Anyway, it was a little break that I looked forward to every week and, don’t tell the boys, but I could think of a million other things I’d rather do than watch a crane all morning.

IMG_8229newBut I knew I would crush their sweet little boy hearts and I just couldn’t do it. Instead the morning came and I announced that we were skipping Bible study because it was Crane Day! We went and picked up donuts, took them to the farm and watched the crane all morning. Because if you are going to spend your morning watching a crane you definitely should eat donuts too.

IMG_8231newIn between watching, we wandered around the farm together and we actually had a lot of fun that day.

IMG_8243newIsn’t that how it usually goes? When we take time to just stop and enjoy the ordinary things, those are the moments we end up cherishing the most.

IMG_8245newI never want to forget these little boy years of watching cranes and tractors for hours.

IMG_8249newWhen seeing their daddy brings such excitement. Always the biggest smiles and the cutest waves.

IMG_8253newWhen just being together watching a crane is better than anything else we could have planned that day.

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IMG_8234newGriffin wears his cowboy boots tucked into his jeans every single day. He is coming out of his shell and growing in confidence. Seeing that cute dimpled grin is my favorite.


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This is so Levi. I think the whole day was worth it just for this picture. His first tooth gone and the biggest grin. This boy loves life.

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IMG_8269newAnd Jakey. He found everything possible that he could get into. He loves the farm. Probably the most out of all three boys (which is hard to believe because they all love it!). He gets so excited when we drive into the farm and would spend all day with his dad if we would let him.

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IMG_8287newThese boys are growing so fast. I know someday I am going to wish that I could just spend the morning hanging out at the farm with these three cuties. I’m going to wish that I could go back to ordinary moments like these.

And to think, I almost skipped Crane Day.

(Crane Day was back in March, but these photos were too cute not to share!)

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  • Michelle - The photo of the three of them peeking through the bars is so, so cute. All the photos are gorgeous but that one is just perfect. Great post Jess!ReplyCancel

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    Jess Reply:

    Thanks, Michelle! Can’t wait to show you around the farm in person!

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  • Toni :0) - That is SO awesome! Perfect photos!!ReplyCancel

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    Jess Reply:

    Thank you, Toni!

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  • Kimberly Oyler - i thought that pic of grif was levi!! griffin is getting so big!ReplyCancel

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    Jess Reply:

    Kimberly! I know! You will hardly recognize them!!

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  • Muriel Siadak - Jess. I love to hear about these great moments. I have 2 sons and although older still so much fun. This crane day reminds me to again savor every day with them.
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    Jess Reply:

    Hi Muriel! Boys are so much fun, aren’t they! Yes, savor each day!!

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March 5, 2016. Cora would have been eight. I can hardly even imagine eight.

IMG_8210newHow do you celebrate the birthday of a loved one who isn’t here anymore? We struggle with this question every year as Cora’s birthday approaches. Thankfully the day is no longer accompanied by the gut wrenching pain that left us feeling paralyzed, but eight years later and we still often find ourselves stumbling around, not knowing what to do. Do we celebrate? Reminisce? Look through old photos? Cancel everything that day? Fund raise for a good cause? Do random acts of kindness? Eat cupcakes and cry? The last one always seems like a good option.

March 5, 2008 was one of the most memorable days of my life. I still remember the incredible nervousness we had as we called the hospital in the darkness of that early morning after suddenly being awoken by my water breaking. We couldn’t get to the hospital fast enough. I remember being greeted by my sweet nurse friend who happened to be working that night and checked us into our room. She was only there for about an hour but it was such a gift to see her face as I was preparing to be ushered into motherhood. In other words, I had no idea what I was doing and needed her to reassure me that everything was going to be okay. I remember finally hearing “girl” after two hours of pushing and not believing that I actually had a daughter. I thought boy for sure! I remember hearing my family recount the story of Joel going out into the waiting room to tell everyone that we had a daughter. They said he had tears in his eyes as he proudly introduced his girl, Cora Paige. He was so proud of her. I remember Cora’s dark hair and how absolutely perfect she was. I remember how many visitors we had and feeling so exhausted yet my heart was so full. I remember how well our family and friends loved us as they rejoiced over the miracle of sweet Baby Cora. I couldn’t believe that we actually got to take home that beautiful baby girl. She was the most precious gift and she was ours.

So as you can imagine, everything within us wants to celebrate that beautiful day. We long to celebrate Cora’s life. And we do so in the best way we know how. But the celebrating is mixed with the painful reality that the one we celebrate is no longer here. The life that was so precious to us, ended way too soon in death–at least that is what our limited perspective tells us. There is no one to blow out candles or open presents and well, the emotions of that day often feel very conflicted.

IMG_8214newI have noticed a pattern over the past eight years of birthdays. Not the kind of pattern that leaves me prepared to face the day with a battle plan. The truth is I never really know what to expect because that is just how grief is…unexpected. But I have noticed something about myself. As March 5th approaches each year, I begin questioning if I am enough.

Am I doing enough to make this day perfect for Cora?

Am I doing enough to show people how much we still love and miss her?

Am I doing enough to celebrate how significant her little life was?

Am I doing enough to keep her memory alive? For my boys? For other people?

Am I doing enough to make an impact in the lives of others who are hurting?

As a mom, I naturally want to create a beautiful birthday for my daughter. And I think that is okay. Cora’s life…any life…is precious and worth celebrating. But no matter what I do, how I celebrate, or how big I plan, in my own strength it will never be enough. I don’t have to try to do enough for Cora because Jesus has already done enough for me–enough for both of us. Every year as I’m trying to seek satisfaction…and maybe even find comfort…in doing enough or being enough, I am reminded that the satisfaction I’m looking for is found only in Jesus.

He is enough.

He is enough to experience peace in my daughter’s absence.

He is enough to comfort my broken heart.

He is enough to bring joy in the midst of sorrow.

He is enough to complete the good plan He has for Cora’s life and for my life.

He is enough to graciously allow me to comfort others with the comfort I have received from Him.

Jesus is enough.

IMG_8215newSo we celebrate March 5th in the best way we know how. We eat donuts, send balloons up to heaven and spend time together. We talk about Cora, laugh, cry and usually go about our day pretty much like normal. One year we hosted a book drive to benefit Cora’s hospital and one year we went bowling as a family. Every year seems to be different. Every year I have to release myself from the expectation that I have to do enough and preach to myself that the satisfaction my heart seeks is found in Jesus alone.

IMG_8216newThis year as we were driving home with our van full of pink balloons, Levi looked at me and said, “You really miss her, don’t you mom.” I told him that I did really miss his sister and that it made me so sad that he and his brothers didn’t get to know her. He was quiet for a minute and then a huge grin came across his face as he exclaimed, “But we will get to know her in heaven!”.

Yes we will. What a precious gift to know that in Jesus life doesn’t end at the grave.

He is more than enough.

corasbdayLet them thank the Lord for his steadfast love, for his wondrous works to the children of man! For he satisfies the longing soul, and the hungry soul he fills with good things.

Psalm 107:8-9

Cora’s Birthday | one, two, three (and here), four, five, six, seven

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  • Lea - Oh, you just spoke from a Mother’s heart and it was so beautiful. And, thankfully, He is enough, no matter what HE is, but the love and support of others during our time of grief sure makes the way easier as well. Blessings abundant!ReplyCancel

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    Jess Reply:

    Thank you, Lea!

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  • Toni :0) - Shocks me it’s been that long already, seems like just yesterday….I still pray for her and your family. She’s never far from my thoughts as I make sure to appreciate every moment with my children-in her honor. Hugs (( )) (( )) for strength and support. 💜😊ReplyCancel

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    Jess Reply:

    Toni-Thanks so much for continuing to pray for us. I am so humbled by that…and so grateful!

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    • Jess - Toni-Thanks so much for continuing to pray for us. I am so humbled by that…and so grateful!ReplyCancel

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  • Meggie - Jesus is enough. Praise God. Thanks for sharing from your heart. Love reading here.ReplyCancel

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    Jess Reply:

    Thanks, Meggie!

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  • Brittany Price - Loved this! Jesus is so precious to be enough. My sweet husband just suddenly passed away leaving me a widow with three boys under three. It’s a pain filled journey but a Jesus filled one too. So thankful for the hope of Christ! Thank you for writing!ReplyCancel

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    Jess Reply:

    Oh, Brittany. I am so, so sorry. I can’t imagine. I just got done reading through some of your blog and I am so encouraged by your words! You are right. It is a pain filled journey but definitely a Jesus filled one. Keep clinging to Jesus! Also, your boys are precious!

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    • Jess - Oh, Brittany. I am so, so sorry. I can’t imagine. I just got done reading through some of your blog and I am so encouraged by your words! You are right. It is a pain filled journey but definitely a Jesus filled one. Keep clinging to Jesus! Also, your boys are precious!ReplyCancel

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  • Paige Roberson - My daughter was born on March 7, 2008 so it is easy for me to remember Cora’s birthday. I’ve been reading for ages and rarely post but just wanted you to know that people you don’t know pray for you and your family.

    More than enough rings so strong in one of my favorite songs, Healer:
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    Jess Reply:

    Hi Paige! Yay for March babies! Thanks so much for continuing to pray. That means so, so much to me. And yes, such a good song! Thanks for sharing.

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    • Jess - Hi Paige! Yay for March babies! Thanks so much for continuing to pray. That means so, so much to me. And yes, such a good song! Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

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  • Caitlin Allison - Levi! Oh, that made me teary. What a sweet boy to speak truth to his momma.ReplyCancel

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    Caitlin- Yes! I can’t tell you how many times God has used him to speak Truth to me. So thankful for that boy!

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    • Jess - Caitlin- Yes! I can’t tell you how many times God has used him to speak Truth to me. So thankful for that boy!ReplyCancel

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  • Leah - What a sweet post.ReplyCancel

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  • Kimberly - You are such a good mama– and you are enough and you’re doing enough. And Levi– such a perfect thing to say on a hard day! You will have a wonderful reunion in heaven!!ReplyCancel

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    Jess Reply:

    Thanks for your sweet words, Kimberly!

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  • Ali - Happy Birthday sweet angel Cora.ReplyCancel

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    Jess Reply:

    Thank you, Ali!

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IMG_0256newTwo years ago, DaySpring came out with the Daily Grace Collection. I loved it so much that I decided to use the sugar bowl and creamer set as teacher gifts that year. I bought the $3 succulents from Home Depot, plopped them in and added cute little fabric flags.

IMG_0373newIt was so easy and I thought they turned out so great. I still give these as gifts all the time!

IMG_0338newI posted a few other teacher gift ideas that year too. You can find those here. Fill the creamer with coffee beans and stick a coffee shop gift card inside. Such a perfect little gift if your child’s teacher is a coffee lover. You can give these individually if you need lots of teacher gifts or give them as a set! I love that your teacher will have something to keep once the succulent and coffee are gone. And the sweet message of “blessed & grateful” seems like the perfect way to say thank you to the teachers who pour so much of themselves into our kiddos.

daily grace 3DaySpring is marking down the Daily Grace Sugar Bowl and Creamer Set just for my readers. So great! Use the code JESS15 to get the sugar bowl and creamer set for just $15. Stock up on gifts and get a set for yourself too!

AND…

DaySpring is also generously giving away THREE sugar bowl and creamer sets. Yay!! You guys are going to love these. Here is how you can enter to win:

Giveaway Details:

3 Daily Grace – Sugar Bowl and Creamer Sets

THREE winners chosen at random

One entry per person

Valid for US residents only

Giveaway ends Friday, May 13th at 8pm (CST)

To enter visit DaySpring

then come back to this post and leave a comment telling me what you would love to give as a gift…for a teacher or anyone else!

***Giveaway closed. Winners will be contacted by email.***

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  • Kristina Watt - I like the “He fills my life with good things” cosmetic pouch…maybe for a teacher.ReplyCancel

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  • MurdocksMama - I would get the adorable canvas pouches!ReplyCancel

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  • Cindi - I would love to give the sugar/candy bowl with some candy & a gift card stuck inside. I also love all the tote bags.ReplyCancel

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  • Danielle - i LOVE several of the necklaces especially the Be Thou My Vision one. i have also loved the sugar and creamer set for a long time and putting the flowers in them is so cute.ReplyCancel

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  • Cassie M - I love the sugar bowl and creamer set-what a wonderful gift idea! I also really like the ‘Be Grateful’ wrapped canvas print. Dayspring is such a great place to shop for gifts, I’ve gotten several great things for people over the years and they always go over so well:) Thanks for the fun giveaway Jess!ReplyCancel

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  • Jennifer Roehl - I have looked at this set about 10 times contemplating buying it so I would choose it to give as a gift. I just love what you did with the succulents and little flags!ReplyCancel

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  • Megan - These are so cute! I would give the grace for today bowls to our teachers at our little school, who work so hard to teach our kids to be good people, sacrificing so much of themselves each and everyday.ReplyCancel

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  • Rachel E. - I would love to give the sugar bowl as a gift!ReplyCancel

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  • Angela N. - As a former teacher, I would have loved this! What a great idea!ReplyCancel

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  • Jill Stansell - Wow. DaySpring has some inspiring products! I love the “Your Story Matters” necklace. That would be an awesome gift for a friend that has been a Godly counselor to me!ReplyCancel

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  • Megan Jasperson - I love, love, love the journal with the perfect saying: Let your Smile Change the World!
    Perfect gift for a friend changing jobs.ReplyCancel

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  • Ranee Brokaw - I love the HOPE pennant, but so many many cute things! 🙂ReplyCancel

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  • Michol - I would love to give my daughters teacher the sugar / creamer set as a gift. Her class is small, only 4 students. She didn’t get near as many treats as the other teachers in the preschool last week for teacher appreciation week. I would love to be able to give her a little extra something.ReplyCancel

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  • Amy - I think the Father I Pray – Sticky Prayers would be a nice gift as well as any of the Illustrated Faith items.ReplyCancel

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  • Rachel Newswanger - I think the wooden cutting boards are wonderful. Would be great gifts for my mom & sisters.ReplyCancel

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  • Anne - I love the be strong and courageous chevron necklace!!ReplyCancel

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  • Jennifer Christians - I think that I would enjoy ANYTHING from DaySpring. A daily dose of God’s love and grace get me through my day with my 28 3rd graders. I love that I get to show them my love each day. I am always grateful for their hugs and handwritten notes.ReplyCancel

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  • Beth - I love giving Willow Tree figures as gifts – they are simple, but beautiful and meaningful. And I love the idea of using the creamer and sugar bowls as planters to give as gifts!ReplyCancel

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  • Marisa - I love the sugar bowl and creamer set. I want to stock up on these as gifts and maybe one for myself! 😉 As a teacher I love your gift ideas!!ReplyCancel

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  • Emily - I love the coffee mug that reads: “strong courageous beautiful” it would be perfect for my son’s preschool teacher. She has been through so much and her positive attitude and general outlook on life is so encouraging!ReplyCancel

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  • Danielle Albini - I’d love the set you’re giving away!!! Perfect intentional gifts for sweet friends and neighbors!ReplyCancel

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  • CHRISTINE ROJAS - I would def. get the creamer and sugar bowl. Love the idea!!ReplyCancel

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  • Tracy - I have given the Daily Grace cake stand as a gift, as well as purchased one for myself! Love it!ReplyCancel

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  • K - I would love to give the cream & sugar set or the my hope pendant as a gift!ReplyCancel

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  • Kello - Love the idea of the succulent in the cream and sugar bowls..ReplyCancel

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  • Ellen - I would actually buy the amazing grace coloring book. I think that would a fun way to reflect and have some down time.ReplyCancel

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  • Pam - That is a precious teacher gift! I’m so gonna steal that idea! And thanks to you and Dayspring for a chance to win!ReplyCancel

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  • Debbie welch - I love the Lisa Leonard courage necklace!ReplyCancel

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  • Vicki bluhm - If be a copy cat and choose the creamer and sugar bowl. Such a cute idea.ReplyCancel

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  • katherine - Love this set or the 3 piece place setting!ReplyCancel

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  • Laura Carter - I would love to give the
    DAILY GRACE – LIVE A GRATEFUL LIFE – TEACUP & SAUCER filled with teaReplyCancel

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  • Diane Taylor - I just love this collection – last year for the holidays I bought this set as a gift and it was so pretty, I would love one for myself!ReplyCancel

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  • Donita - I love, love, love the All By Grace dishes!ReplyCancel

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  • Tina - I’d love to give the blessed and grateful vase, so cute!ReplyCancel

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  • Katie D - I also like the Daily Grace collection.ReplyCancel

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  • andrea - I would love to give away any of your daily grace sugar bowl collection!!ReplyCancel

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  • LaVonne - I have always loved giving the “God’s Heart for You” necklace. But lately I have been loving the new pouches (cosmetic, pencil, etc.) and plan to give some of those away soon. Thank you.ReplyCancel

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  • Beth - I love all the magnets!ReplyCancel

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  • Amy G - I love so much of it! I think I will get the Names of God mug for one of my dearest friends. She and I were recently talking about the many names of God and possibly studying them so it would be perfect 🙂 And I love the creamer idea for my daughter’s teacher! I think I’ll do that too!ReplyCancel

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  • Krista Kanode - I would love to give the “Amazimg Grace” coloring book and/or the My Hope necklace. They are both calming in a way and from teaching experience, that’s a huge bonus. 🙂ReplyCancel

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  • Joni - I love the heart sculptures for gifts.ReplyCancel

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  • Amanda - I adore this set! I’ve had my eye on them (well, EVERYTHING) for awhile!

    I would love to give the “Be Still” wall art to my best friend who lives over 1,000 miles away!ReplyCancel

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  • Mary Ann - I would probably buy one of the lovely Artisan jewelry pieces for a friend’s birthday.ReplyCancel

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  • Erin Young - i follow dayspring on instagram and love everything! love their mugs, wow God pouch and the coloring books 🙂ReplyCancel

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  • Cat Kotaka - I love what you did. I would do the same! I also love the cosmetic pouch!ReplyCancel

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  • Karen H - I think the Love Bears All Things – Musical Jewelry Box is cute. Their jewelry and the canvas pouches are cute as well.ReplyCancel

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  • Bridge - I have been eyeing the REDEEMED letters for what feels like a lifetime, and then the wood press letters came out… my heart is conflicted 🙂ReplyCancel

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  • Amy Anderson - I would give the “Be still and know that I am God” bird mug as a gift.ReplyCancel

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  • Lori G. - I’ve loved this sugar bowl and creamer set for a long gone time and just never seem to get around to ordering them! They would be awesome as a teacher gift!ReplyCancel

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  • leah - What an adorable idea!ReplyCancel

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  • AJ - I think the” Created To Be Beautiful” journal is pretty.ReplyCancel

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  • Carisa - I would give the Serenity Prayer – Plank Wall Art. I like that it’s rustic and colorful.ReplyCancel

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  • Lois - I’m fond of the Be Strong and Courageous-Wooden Cross – I have it in mind for a graduate.ReplyCancel

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