So glad we have a loving, understanding brother who knows what lies in the heart of our hearts.
Jarom and I on his baptism day. A moment long awaited.
Some Beattys made it
along with some of the Smith clan -- which was so wonderful. We wanted as much family as possible to support and love Jarom on his big day.
Jarom planned his whole program. His grandpas gave the prayers, he and the cousins sang and Carl gave the talk.
Carl and Jarom. Carl just got his mission call on Christmas Eve. He leaves in a couple months to New York, New York, Spanish-speaking. We are all so excited for him.
Daddy and his boy.
I had asked Jarom over and over again who he would like to baptize him. And he always said his dad. Who at this time is on his own path of discovery. You can't imagine my joy or surprise when Matt came home late from work one night to tell me he had gone to the bishop to see if he could baptize Jarom. My heart is overflowing with such love for these guys and for my Father in heaven with his master plan and for our brother Jesus Christ - through them, all things are possible. I know they delight with me and forgive us for having the most rowdy, crazy baptism ever.