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My Funny Honey

Emily wanted to make more pictures in Sarah Kate's crib. It does make for a safe place for Emily to hold her baby sister.

I don't think these realistic pictures are serving the purpose that I thought they would. Typically, Steve is the one that reads the Bible to Emily at night. Last night Steve was not feeling well and so I was the bedtime parent. I began reading this story about God breathing life into Adam and Emily exclaims, "WOOK MAMA, that girl got a big booger coming out!" Wook, it a BIG BOOGER!" I tried to explain the picture without laughing. I don't think she heard a word of the story.

Comments

Kelly said…
Well - we all have days when we just don't get anything out of our daily quiet times. ha ha ha ha!
I love the pictures of the girls!!!!!!!!!!!
I don't think I would have been able to contain my laughter!!! The girls look so cute in the crib together.

How is your friend (Kim) and her foster baby doing?
Guy and Julie said…
THAT is hilarious. Aren't you glad you have a place like a blog to record it?
Julie said…
I laughed out loud at this post!!

It is a great testimony to you as a parent to have to get a new bible because you have read her other 4 times through. What a great example you set for me.
Kandi West said…
These are the times when I so wish I was a blogger because things like this happen to me all the time and I just have to hope that I remember them. You're going to be so glad you have this someday! This is hilarious!
Leigh Ann said…
Hilarious! Aren't they so honest about EVERYTHING?! Love it!
Sara Campbell said…
Ok, that is just extremely funny. I am still laughing...
Laura said…
That is TOO Funny! I laughed out loud on that one!
Rebekah said…
I love the things that kids say. So innocent yet so funny!

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