I Know That Nose :)

‘She has your eyes!’

‘She looks like her daddy!’

In the last couple of weeks I have heard all sorts of statements as people try to figure out who Ky looks like.

new-born

When I saw Ky for the first time, I couldn’t put my finger on who she looked like. All I knew is that she looked very different from Ksena. I didn’t think she looked like a potato ๐Ÿ™‚ I just thought she looked like Ky. But, babies change. They grow. When I look at pictures of Ksena as a newborn and at her now, she looks like two different people.ย Just this week, is when Hubs pointed out that Kyria looks like Ksena did when she was a baby. Now that he mentions it. I see it. I do! They are similar. But so different. They are individuals.

I sent a friend of mine a pic of Ky, then she showed it to her husband without telling him who it was. He responded, ”I know that nose! That’s Ksena’s nose.” He knew it was Ky. Yes my girls have what I call the Kimemia nose ๐Ÿ™‚ It’s their unifying feature with their daddy. So, as much as Ksena (apparently) looks like me, she has her daddy’s nose. They both have their daddy’s nose. The K girls.

I laughed when I heard how prominent the nose is. It’s so precious that without being told who it was, he knew that it was Kyria, yet he hasn’t met her yet. This got me thinking, that there are characteristics that people identify and remember us by. My prayer is that the girls will be identified by and remembered for much more than the K nose. I pray that their love for Jesus and character will have the ‘nose’ effect. I also wouldn’t mind them being the K girls who ride ๐Ÿ™‚ that’d definitely be a Kimemia influence ๐Ÿ™‚ but all according to God’s plan.

This morning we are dancing to this song in the K household.

Miss K is on the drums as Miss Ky is bobbing her head in her bouncy chair.ย My prayer is that we will be known for standing out, like the three hebrew boys.

Have a blessed day,

Bibi2be

 

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