brothers, and what matters. {tampa family photographer}

“e. gave me this baseball,” he said.  “see those crosses?  those are for Jesus and the two other guys that died beside Him.”

      little boys baseball gospel dancing with my father

“it’s really awesome.  i cried at one point, because i felt like i had to.  i was really happy because he gave me the baseball, and i was really sad remembering about the guy who didn’t believe Jesus.  i didn’t cry because of that, but i should’ve.”

little boys baseball gospel dancing with my father d

“it was tears of joy.  he cried tears of joy because of the ball and because of Jesus.”

little boys baseball gospel dancing with my father e

“we were playing softball and i knew i was gonna give him the baseball.  it came to my mind, ‘maybe i should share this with him.'”

little boys baseball gospel dancing with my father c

“i took a pink marker first and wrote it but it faded, so i wrote over it.  then i went out and told him the story and he cried.  and we hugged, and then i cried.  then we both cried.”

little boys baseball gospel dancing with my father b

over the years we’ve heard people ask us as a family, “are you done yet?”  i’ve heard the comment “i could never have that many kids,” more times than i can count.  and i always respond that i can’t imagine any of them being deprived the blessing of the others.  this is why.

little boys baseball gospel dancing with my father a

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