A bit of our Epiphany in pictures….


Hanging out with crowns…








A “king” riding his “camel” to see the newborn King






Bringing gifts, paying homagedsc_3623




Little Dood did not want it to end, so we had to bring the lighted yard nativity into the house.  After GuitarGirl set it up in a corner, he walked over with a bottle of something in his hand and said, 


Here you go, Jesus.  It’s your frankincense!


I guess even the little ones are listening!

O, Mary, conceived without sin,
pray for us who have recourse to thee!

St Thomas More, pray for us!


About becomewhatyouare

Catholic, Middle-Aged, Knitting-Addicted, Wife, Homeschooler, Mom of 6, Mom-in-Law to 1, Mother of 11 little saints, Grandma to 1, Godmother to 12, Foster Mom to 5, Army mom, Happily living in Texas!
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7 Responses to Epiphany

  1. kidjuggler says:

    That last picture is the best!!!
    Little dood giving Baby Jesus the frankincense. Priceless!!

    well stocked fridge…LOL!

  2. Paula says:

    What an amazing little boy! Isn’t it just awesome what they are learning.

    Lexi leaned over to me the Sunday before Chirstmas and said “Man we sure are talking a lot about Jesus today!

  3. Maria says:

    Thank you for this wonderful blog and for sharing pictures of your precious children with us! You are so blessed to be a Mother! Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I will also remember you and your family in my daily rosary.


    Maria 🙂

  4. Maria says:

    I wanted to ask you a question regarding roses and St. Therese. My husband and I were married June 16th 2007, on the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. I was almost forty one when I was married and my husband almost forty three.

    We have been trying to conceive a child since our wedding day without any success (I found out last February after surgery that I have endometriosis stage 4). About one month after we were married, I prayed a novena to St. Therese asking for a rose if God was hearing our prayers for the gift of a child and if we would be parents someday.

    Well at my twin neices baptism a short time later I found a plastic red rose in a pew at the church. My husband found another plastic red rose at his work place.

    What do you think? A message from St. Therese? Or not? It’s now been a year and a half and we still haven’t been able to concieve yet. I feel a bit sad and discouraged.

    Could you please pray for us? Thank you so much! You and your family will be in my prayers especially my daily rosary as well.

    May God Bless you and your lovely family.

    Maria Therese

  5. Pam says:

    Thank you for sharing these beautiful pictures!

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