About our Family

24 thoughts on “About our Family”

  1. That poor girl,going to live with all those boys,I feel for her, I had four brothers(but I wouldn’t trade a moment of the adventure of their actions)I think it is very admirable of your family to take in this girl and give her a taste of christain love and values.

  2. That poor girl,going to live with all those boys,I feel for her, I had four brothers(but I wouldn’t trade a moment of the adventure of their actions)I think it is very admirable of your family to take in this girl and give her a taste of christain love and values.
    +1

  3. i imagine fixing little kira in the last photo becoming so black, in this pale family. i also imagine kira being loved with too much love from a boy’s house. lucky her. tonya your lucky they are american boys but an african woman among men is a be challenge you’re assured of protection but any alliance against you may end up in an elders meeting. i love you

  4. Ooh shoot i just wrote a big comment and as soon as i strike reply it came up blank! Please tell me it worked right? I dont want to upload it again if i don’t have to! Either the weblog glitced out or i’m an idiot, the second option doesnt surprise me lol. thanks for a great weblog!

  5. Wow! This is what I wish to do one day! I am the second oldest in a family of four girls! If you think boys being boys is tuff, try being my dad in a house full of estrogen! I love your photos! Yall sound like a great Christian family! Just one question: Living in two different places, do yall homeschool?

  6. It’s a good shame you don’t contain a contribute button! I’d undoubtedly contribute to that fantastic blog page! That i suppose for now i’ll accept bookmarking together with adding an individual’s Rss that will my best Msn balance. That i appearance forward that will recent upgrades and definitely will share the web site utilizing my best Facebook or twitter crew: )

    1. I do have a donate button on the side bar, and you are more than welcome to contribute ot the needs of the orphans in Uganda.

  7. I love your blog and all your photos and all your wonderful wisdom and insight. The baby is absolutely beautiful and it was great to see your family again. Jack hasn’t changed a bit and they are all as handsome as ever.
    I still teach piano and my schedule remains the same. I do miss my time with Donny and Kevin . They were good students. And Jack too the little we did.
    You have a wonderful life and I wish you were all a little closer so I could get to meet Kirabo. What a cutie she is. I love her smile and she would be another good piano student when she’s older. She is so very lucky to have you all . Enjoy her every minute.

    Sally Seaman

  8. I so want to be your family when i grow up!! I love orphans so terribly much and all i can think about doing is serving them for the rest of my life!!!!:) God has really opened up my heart to them and after all that he has showed me and put on my heart to do, i am finally going to go visit some children next summer (2013)… I can’t wait!! thanks for your blog… definitely following now!!!

  9. hi there i just wanted to let you know how much i love your blog!! And also to tell you i have nominated you for the Inspiring Blog award. Please see my blog for details and thankyou!!

  10. Hi Tonya
    Its always so fun to hear from you see photos of your beautiful family. The boys are more and more handsome everyday.
    Life in Arizona doesn’t change much. Tennis almost every morning and a lot of golf, beautiful sunsets and any leftover time its hiking the mountain.
    So the days go by so fast .
    I miss your wonderful family and our piano lessons and I wish you were closer . I would love to meet Kirabo and she is absolutely gorgeous . You are so lucky. Please stay in touch. (how is the piano?)

    Sally Seaman

    1. Thank you so much. It is great fun to do this work with the orphaned children in Uganda. I hope you enjoy future stories.

  11. Having visited Ghana three times and worked with orphans there, I know how you heart aches to help them. I hope to follow your footsteps one day. I have a PR ethics related ethics blog starting up with a couple of class mates, check it out if you have time, any writing advice is welcome. Sophie

  12. I am in awe, but not surprised. You always had a good heart, and you were always kind. Your family is beautiful as is the work you do.

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