S: A year in the life of 9 year old Luke Robson
BC: To be continued . . .
FC: Textured Portfolio | A Year in the life of 9 year old Luke Robson 2010-2011
1: Backyard Baseball Birthday Bash November 2010
3: Many memorable 9th Birthday memories were made!!
4: Happy Thanksgiving 2010
5: . . . it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
8: 'Twas the night before Christmas . . .
9: Merry Christmas everyone!!
10: A very Merry Christmas (on New Year's Eve) at Grammie and Papa's 2010
11: Let the SPRING BREAK fun begin!!
13: Family Fun on Spring Break in Gatlinburg, Tennessee -- March 2011
14: HE LIVES!! | HAPPY EASTER 2011
15: Random HLS memories (spring 2011)
16: Father's Day 2011
18: A few downright decent shots of the siblings . . .
20: Good old-fashioned Extended Family Fun at the lake house (summer 2011)
21: Miscellaneous memories made during the summer!!
22: Somewhere . . . over the rainbow . . . (the Robson roost following a summer shower 2011)
23: WATERCOLOR, FL summer 2011
27: Luke and Mommy receiving word about Silas William Pryor's birth!!
28: . . . welcoming home the North Oldham Little League team from their journey to Williamsport, Pennsylvania (and the Little League World Series)
29: First Day of School at HLS (4th Grade)
30: fun FALL photos with friends and family (Huber Farm and Camping with Heather Green)
31: MOORE FAMILY FALL FESTIVAL at GRAMMIE and PAPA'S
33: Well Luke Gregory, you handsome little lad -- An entire decade of life now trails behind you -- filled with wonderfully meaningful moments and overwhelming evidence of God's hand and plan for you. Absolutely amazing. We cannot praise Him enough for His goodness or for the way we see Him at work in your everyday. Though this book captures only a few of the memories that were made while you were 9 years old, it is a decent reflection of the fact that you are a WILD AND CRAZY kid who is loved very much!! To God Be the Glory!! WE LOVE YOU!! Mom and Dad (Always remember Col. 3:23 -- "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for man . . ." )