Me! ~Robyn Jones...
creator of One of the Jones..
I love God..
music..I play guitar passably, sing..
fool around with drums..
I love love love photography..
(Which if you follow us long enough I am sure you will see....)
He is the mischievous one in our family...
Computer geek, all things tech,Loves music....and writing.
Kendal and I were married in 1996
after he told me he would push me off a cliff
if I said no again....LOL!
We have been married now for almost 11 years...
so I guess he decided to keep me...
Our grown up girls.
When Kendal met me,
I had three little girls..
By the time we were married,
Krystal was 6, Brandy was four, and Bree was two.
Krystal is 21 now
and has two wonderful children,
Talon and Cassidy
Brandy is 19,
and graduated last year.
Since then she has gone to Bible School
in Kelowna, BC
and has gone to Thailand for 6 weeks
for a missions trip.
Bree is 16
busy getting tattoos,
hanging out with friends,
and plans on becoming a hairdresser.
Hard to believe they grew up so fast.
So how was it that we went from three kids
We were happy with our little family,
and didn't plan on having any more children,
We always enjoyed spending time with themand tried to do as much stuff as we could with them.
We were quite happy to call it quits with just three kids.
So what happened?
First of all the girls turned into teenagers.
Normally that would be enough
to convince a person to increase their dosage of birth control,
but they actually turned out pretty good.
We noticed every time we wanted
to hang around with them they were out with their friends.
We missed parades, cartoons, etc...
We also realized it's kind of creepy
showing up at a teddy bear picnic without any kids.
Then we went back to our home town for a visit,
and one of our very close friends,
Jeremy Nelson had just had his first son, Judah.
Jeremy was so proud.
When we got home we couldn't stop thinking abouthow happy Jeremy and Donna were with their baby...
We were kind of jealous.
Then after a while one of our other close friends,
Scott called to say that his wife Lawna was pregnant as well.
Back home in Regina,
friends were also getting pregnant at an alarming rate,
and even enjoying it.
Our friends Jason and Brenda
had a little girl they named Mercedes(Mercy)
and she won our hearts as well.
Also we started losing friends.
Jeremy called us to inform us he had leukemia
(to read his story click here).
We lost our friend Josh, who Kendal had known since he was 12,
and we lost several other friends from Williams Lake.
Losing people like that does strange things to your attitudes
about mortality, family, friends, etc...
We realized that life is sometimes short, and family and friends are very important. We started talking about it and agreed that if we ever were to have another child
it wouldn't be that bad.
After much thought and prayer, we decided to have a baby.
For several months we intensely researched exactly how babies were made.
I quickly became addicted to pregnancy testers.
One morning a couple years ago, I woke Kendal up at 4:30am:
we had a positive preg test!
My pregnancy with Jeremy was not an easy one.
one thing I had quite a bit of cramping,
and at 28 weeks I ended up in hospital for a week, after I started bleeding...
but On Jan. 10, 2007 our beautiful little boy was born 6 weeks early
and we have never looked back.
We can no longer imagine what our life would be
without our imaginative and energetic
He is two now...
and I have no idea what we would ever do