We would like to Wish you a Very Merry Christmas. Enjoy this video put together and customized by NTM. Check out some of their great content on their Vimeo page https://vimeo.com/newtribes Merry Christmas from the Roundys from Jonathan Roundy on Vimeo.nothing?
Ian Robert Roundy was born on 2/10 at 7:27 AM weighing in at 6 lbs 14 oz and measuring 20 inches. Jenny and Ian are both doing well. Ian made a dramatic entrance entering the world feet first. He was a double footling breech. Please keep our family in prayer as we adjust to this wonderful […]nothing?
2015 will be a BIG year for the Roundy family! In 2015 our family will be bigger than it’s ever been before, growing by exactly 2 feet. Yes, we’re graduating from 5 kiddos to 6!! Please pray for our newest addition, expected mid-February. Pray for health and strength and smooth adjustments for everyone! We’re super […]nothing?
Merry Christmas and a Happy and Blessed New Year to you and yours from the Roundy Family. We are thankful to the Lord for you! The Lord has richly blessed us with wonderful friendships and such a great team to be in ministry with. Praying, giving, encouraging, lending a listening ear in a time of […]nothing?
Wow, almost a year old. I will include a few pictures from this first year almost of Hayden’s life. We are so blessed by the Lord to have Hayden join our family. We are a busy household now with 5 children, but thankful for how God has used each of our children to draw us […]nothing?
Part of being a missionary are moving, changes and transitions for the entire family. This year marks a first for our children: the first year they are going to the SAME school for a second time! About a month ago they began a new school year here in North Carolina. We are thankful for the […]nothing?
Last night I was working on the dishes and put Hayden in the bouncy seat next to the sink so he could “help” me with the dishes. I thought you might enjoy this short clip of him!nothing?
Our baby boy, Hayden Roundy was born today October 26th at 6:47 PM, 6 lb 14 oz, 18 3/4 Inches long. Jenny and Hayden are doing well. We are so thankful to the Lord for this wonderful little blessing. This is the longest we have waited for a baby from the time we knew one […]nothing?
Yes, we are expecting our 5th little one! We’re eagerly waiting to see him/her sometime in October. We are thrilled and thankful beyond words! We have prayed and waited for many years. Admittedly we don’t understand God’s timing or His reasons for what we see as waiting. Rejoice with us because we’re partying here at […]nothing?
Yesterday when I arrived home, Jada came to the front door when I rang the door bell. I did not have my keys with me and needed to have someone unlock the door. Jada didn’t have any keys, but she had some exciting news. Our front door has steel bars over a glass window that […]nothing?
We really enjoyed celebrating Elena’s 8th Birthday last month. I shot a few pictures of her opening some of her presents on her actual Birthday. A school day/night is not the best time for a party, so we waited on the celebration with friends until this weekend. We hope you enjoy the photos we took […]nothing?
We thought you might enjoy seeing some pictures of our time decorating our Christmas tree this year here in Senegal, our first. From Decorating for Christmas 2011, posted by Jonathan-Jenny Roundy on 12/08/2011 (20 items) Generated by Facebook Photo Fetchernothing?
When life gives you melons…. While our fall festivities didn’t include our usual trip to the pumpkin farm or romp in the leaves, they did include a lot of fun! At Emmanuel & Elena’s school, the senior class put on an evening of fun events and good food!nothing?
With all of our different moves, it seems that we make them before August when Emmanuel’s birthday is, so he usually gets to be the first one to celebrate another year of life in our new context. Thank you so much all of you who have been and are praying for our family. Part of […]nothing?
Since we have been here, apparently certain little eyes have been watching what is going on with life and how things work here in Senegal. I thought you would enjoy this picture of our girls integrating in the culture!nothing?