Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The End

Well, It happened again, and I guess it isn't a surprise, but that doesn't mean that I can't be a little sad to see it end. Randy was released from primary as my team teacher on Sunday. Now I will have all 12 of those 6 and 7 year-old kids on my own every Sunday. Yikes. I asked the Primary president if she has someone to help me out and she said she was working on it, but it didn't look like I would have a team teacher for at least another couple of months (also, the baby is due in a couple of months). She offered to have one of the presidency sit with me when I need help though.

You may be wondering what Randy was called to. Well, I'm glad you asked. He has been sustained and set apart as a member of the High Council. He tends to gravitate towards callings such as this. I can't keep him in primary with me forever can I? Anyway, we are excited for him and excited to see what direction this will take our family. He is very good at managing his time so I doubt it will put too much of a strain on us. We are glad you chose to serve and we love you Randy!

Here's a picture of the kiddos on Sunday after church. None of them are looking at the camera. They were, however, all looking at their wonderful daddy.

4 comments:

Nikki S said...

I think the picture is all the more charming BECAUSE they aren't looking at the camera. Congratulations to Randy and "I am sooooo sorry" for you having to deal with all those kids on your own. If anyone can, it is you!

Grandpa and Grandma B said...

They sure to love their Dad! Isn't it great to be so loved!

Heidi said...

If Randy is ever called to the 70 or 12 I am going to make sure to tell everyone about how he used to sit on my head and pass gas or push me out of tress to see if I bounced. Than again he was a pretty cool brother when he stood up to anyone saying anything mean about me.
Have fun in primary!!

Michelle said...

Such is the luck of Primary, always surrendering to other callings. You can definitely handle your class, you are a wiz at everything, I'm sure your calling is no different. Good luck with Randy's new calling.