Kroger has a "Marketplace" version of its store that has toys in it. Isaac was in heaven looking at all the toys. As we were leaving he said, "Mom, I really wish you didn't need money to buy stuff."
While JB was checking on some things in the post office, I sat in the van with the kids. I started playing 20 questions with them.
Sidge: "Is it a tiger?"
Sidge: "Is it a dog?"
Me: "No. But you don't want to ask questions like that. It could take all day."
Sidge: "Okay. Well, does it go woof."
Sidge: "Am I weak?"
Me: "Of course not."
Sidge: "Are you weak?"
Me: "I don't think so."
Sidge: "But the song says we are weak and He is strong."
Me: "Oh, well in comparison to Jesus? That's a different story."
Sidge: "You are sitting on Jesus."
Sidge: "Well, God is in everything. So you must be sitting on him."
JB told the boys they
could have two more minutes to play before putting on their pajamas. I came into the room shortly after that.
Sidge: "Has it been two minutes?"
Isaac: "See. That's what I don't like about two minutes."
Shortly after I told them that they could play a few more minutes if they first changed into their pajamas.
Sidge: "You are going to give us more than two minutes?"
Sidge: "That's called mercy."
Me: "Grace. But close enough."
JB: "You're so silly. Who made you so silly?"
Abigail: "I think Mommy."
JB: "I think God made you silly."
Abigail: "No. God made me pretty and happy."