Friday, January 9, 2009

Top 10 quotes from this week...

10. "mom, I have sick all over my tummies!" (jackson explaining why he didn't have to sit at the dinner table with us for fear of trying something new.

9. "honey, I lost 3 pounds this week!" ( to which my hubby replied, "wow, that's AMAZING since you ate SO much this week!) thanks honey.

8. "mom, you look so handsome!" ( logan enjoying snuggle time before bed and truly wanting to say something nice to me.)

7. "ha, ha, I put your kiss away!" (jackson wiping our kisses off and giggling. yes, the joys of a speech impaired kido)

6."mom, go put your hair up!!" (logan is very opinionated in his young 3 year self. I acutally washed, dryed, and round brushed my hair, leaving it down, and he expressed his distasted for my "new do" and wanted it back up in a clip like it is EVERYDAY, go figure.

5. "mom, guess what???? I wub you!" (I will never get tired of hearing this one from either of my kids.

4. "can I have a cereal bar?" ( I know, not funny or cute but jackson says this one about 4 times a day since that is essentially what he lives on. any advice out there on extremely picky eaters with food anxiety?)

3. "let's read the Bible!" (ok, this is a new one, thanks to granny and grandaddy for the wonderful kids bible with all the great stories. The boys LOVE reading about noah, jonah, adam and eve, baby jesus. We read for about 30 minutes everyday now out of the kids
Bible and it has been wonderful!)

2. "mom, is the big bad wolf going to eat us up??!" logan fearfully inquired, to which I said, "no dear, we live in a house of bricks!" That was enough for him and he happily totted off to bed without a worry in the world!

1. and the number one quote for the week is one I am very proud of:
"John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believes in him, should not perish but have everlasting life! John 3:16" (Both of the boys have memorized this verse this week and I tear up to think of a 3 and 4 year old hiding God's word in their hearts. Way to go guys. Mommy is so proud of you!


Anonymous said...

I love it... I need to be more consistent with recording quotes from our household! Love the last one, it's so sweet to see how much faith a little child has... my 5-year-old has taught me so much! said...

i meant what i said as a "compliment" and i still don't see anything wrong with it! sorry if it came across to you in the wrong way. that wasn't my intention. love you!

Rachel said...

love it! I have been meaning to do my own "kidisms"

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