Trivium Pursuit

Eric Myles Stanford

7 Responses to “Eric Myles Stanford”

  1. maribel Says:

    When I saw Eric’s precious feet I thought to pray: May Eric’s feet run to do what is good, and his hands serve God all the days of his life.

  2. Jul Says:

    Long fingers…sweet toes! Precious!

  3. Reba N Says:

    Precious are those rosy toes.
    Tiny and ginger are his fingers.
    How anyone could not respect life I do not know.

  4. Christine Says:

    Awwwww…..baby toes!

    That is one thing that all of the senior residents of the nursing home just absolutely loved…baby toes!!!!

    One gentleman, Dick, always would take off the baby’s socks just so he could touch and see the baby’s toes!

    Enjoy this precious time in your life!!!!

    Love in Christ,
    Christine

  5. Amy Ivey Says:

    Absolutely breathtaking. God is SO good. Sweetest blessings, Amy

  6. Karen Says:

    Oh, I feel awful that I have not kept up with things. Congratulations! How beautiful are God’s precious gifts! You know when you see those feet, you realize how a child truly is a precious gift.

    May the Lord continue to richly bless you and your family.

    Sincerely,
    Karen
    http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/testimony

  7. Abby Says:

    Aww… how sweet. Will he play the piano one day? :)

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