Went to bed with his MONKEY PAJAMAS on
One shoe off and one shoe on....
Deedle deedle dumpling, my son John.
What I neglected to put in put in poem form was how he also got to take his freshly mended "Bll-uuu Bll-ank-ie" (Ever since he learned special sounds - thanks Teacher! he speaks with defined "syll-ables") ANYWAYS...a while back, scissors were banned from his hand (for 3 long weeks) when I discovered mulitple items with a fresh "change" as Amelia Bedelia did to those towels. His aforementioned blue blanket...his BEST sheet that Mary got for a song at Dilliards. His brother's blanket...he was obviously enjoying the experience.
Tonight I was mended his blanket....it was freshly washed today...and he had been
Today I overheard Aaron tell Sarah while I was back in our room putting laundry away, "YOU MARCH RIGHT BACK TO MOMMA AND TELL HER WHAT YOU DID!" Voluntary tattling?
Ho ho big bro =)
So now I have a great place for all those funny things my children say...I'll just organize my posts with special labels. =0
I still have to work on the sheet. I'm not too excited about it as it is a rather big series of cuts. But it IS a good sheet! I'm not one to preemptively throw away sheets.
I ALMOST forgot to include the "Though Question". Gasp!.
What has God give you the grace to mend lately?
Opening up is hard, but it builds up the body of Christ