Bradley at 5

I’ve been “out of the loop” for a few days, so I missed mentioning a milestone (how’s that for alliteration). 

Bradley turned 5 last Sunday and I can’t hardly believe it.  With as wild as he is sometimes, it’s a wonder he made it this far.  For those of you who know us well, you know that he is somewhat of a “wild child.” 

Recently, on our first Sunday at our new church, Bradley called one of his teachers a punk.  Sometimes he sounds and acts like the Tasmanian Devil from Looney Tunes.  He goes and goes and goes seemingly without an off switch.  He can be calm when watching T.V., and this causes him to not pay attention to anything else.

He loves music and singing.  He does this about 1/2 of his waking hours.  He loves playing with his brothers and sister, but he especially enjoys playing and laughing with Matthew.

After having a hard time with this, I have learned to enjoy Bradley more.  He can be trying at times, but I believe that his hyperactivity will one day be used for God’s glory.

I pray for Bradley, and all my children, daily; that they will follow God and that they will be examples to others. 

I’m glad he made it to 5 and look forward to many more years of watching him become what God made him to be.


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