Turning 8 years-old is a huge milestone for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It is the age of accountability and it is the minimum age for a child to be baptized. Here is an explanation from Mormon.org:
"One of the purposes of baptism is to symbolically wash away our sins, but even Jesus Christ, who lived a perfect life, was baptized. Jesus was baptized because it is a commandment and he wanted to provide a perfect example of obedience to Heavenly Father’s divine guidance.
|With Nana Bee|
|This is the only picture I had of Uncle Matt.|
|Archer and Heather|
|Sam, our very close family friend, babysitter extraordinaire, and Archer's first crush. We will miss her sooooooo much when she leaves for college this summer!|