Thursday night, Emma asked if she could have some paper to color on while I was making dinner, so I gave her some construction paper and markers and she busied herself making drawings while I finished cooking.
Just as I was getting ready to call the other kids down to dinner, Emma brought me this piece of paper:
She asked me to take a picture of it and send it to her daddy.
(It was a letter she had written for him.)
I asked Emma what it said and she took it from me and began to “read” it.
“Mommy, it says,’ Dear Daddy, every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings.’ ”
I was struck with a real “awwww” moment, because I hadn’t realized she had remembered that from watching It’s a Wonderful Life on Christmas eve.
Later that night (much, much later), after all of the kids had gone to bed, I was shutting the lights off and heading to bed and I heard Will. Singing. In his crib.
He should’ve been sleeping, but instead, he was singing.
I quietly went up the stairs and stood outside of his room and listened to him sing…. Auld Lang Syne.
(it happens to be a song at the end of one of Will’s favorite Winnie the Pooh DVDs)
I had no idea he even knew the song, but clearly he does
A while back, I said I was looking for “my moment”, and I’m thinking that somehow, God has decided to give me lots of little perfect ones and, Thursday, it was one of those moments
Playing along with Twinfatuation for Makes My Monday.