I can't believe he is already this old. My little bug already baptized. From the moment I entered the room I started to cry. The Elders had set up the font and room. They put out the nice chairs had a table with the podium on it; another table with tablecloth on it and pictures of children and Christ and a small round table with flowers and a place for programs and to sign-in at the door. They even pushed in the piano. It was beautiful! That started the cry fest right there.
Don was the one to baptize Josh. As he said the prayer he choked up, it was sweet. Josh was beaming when he came out of the water.
We tried to make it a family affair, unfortunately Don's parents couldn't make it at the end so we rearrange somethings. I wanted all the grandparents to be involved for sure. I had Holly give the opening prayer, Aunt Arwen gave a talk on Baptism, Don baptized and Uncle Mike and Opa witnessed, the cousins sang a song, Oma gave a talk on the Holy Ghost and I said the closing prayer. It was a spiritual experience that I will always cherish, I think Josh liked it too.