Saturday, March 15, 2008

Jordan is 13!


It's happened - we have a teenager!! Jordan is 13 today and I just can't believe it. Where have 13 years gone? He had a great pre-birthday celebration, complete with Olive Garden, THE chocolate cake and gifts yesterday and today we're heading up to Corpus Christi for his birthday trip. We're staying overnight there and going to hear the Collingsworths in concert tomorrow morning at Trinity Church of the Nazarene - we can't wait!
Have a happy birthday, son. We love you. So proud of you - always.
~ Mom and Dad

7 comments:

Missy said...

I can still remember when he was born. I was only 15 at the time and just thought he was the cutest thing I had ever seen. Still is the cutest 13 year old boy in the world! Love you, Jordan. I am very proud of you. You are an amazing guy. Love...

Tamra said...

Happy Birthday Jordan!
So glad you guys get to go to Corpus Christi. Have a great time. I'm sure Kim & Phil will be surprised and excited to see you all.

Pam A said...

Melodie, (I didn't realize you're name is spelled like my mother's until reading your blog. It's not that common!)

Thank you so much for your post on my blog. We've been so amazed by the outpouring of love we've felt from all over the United States. So many have let us know their churches are praying for us. We even received a call from someone in Alaska whom we didn't even know. It's amazing how God's grace brings such peace in tough situations. I know you know more than a little about that with your trouble with Logan's eye.

I've enjoyed catching up with you over the last few weeks via your blog.

God Bless,
Pam Asbury

Beth Stetler said...

Happy Birthday, Jordan! I'm glad we could celebrate together! :-)

The Millard Family said...

Hope you had a Happy Birthday

Heather said...

Oh my goodness! Jordan has changed so much. He is looking so grown up!!! Tell him we are glad he had a good birthday!!!

Melanie C. said...

Jordan is so handsome...and he looks like such a great kid..oops! TEENAGER...:-) You have the right to be proud of him!