Thursday, July 26, 2007

On a brighter note...

Zaya has been lots of fun to watch these last two weeks as he learns to interact with his peers. He's been in my group both times, so I've been able to keep an eagle eye on him.

He loves singing, and really gets into the dances and actions of the songs. He especially loved the music from last week's VBS, and still wants to listen to the CD every day at home. (I'll give more details about that VBS, later.)One of the songs starts with, "He's powerful - He healed the leper..." Zaya was singing it with the CD the other day, and I heard him saying "He's powerful - He is a leopard." I guess that makes more sense for a three year old, if you think about it.

4 comments:

JAM said...

Funny.

I read on someone's blog yesterday about a man praying in church, and in the prayer the man said something like, "...we are all but dust to you..." and the persons kid asked really loud in church, "Mama, what is "butt dust?" I laughed so hard I cried.

aftergrace said...

This brings back memories.
We sing a song in church that starts with "Glory be to God Almighty" and Alli and Ren wanted to know why we were singing to God in a nighty? One never knows what goes through the minds of kids.
Stick with it-your kids will be teenagers some day-hee hee

Kili @ Live Each Moment said...

that's very cute!

Qtpies7 said...

LOL, he's so cute! Last night Trinity wanted to play "Hide and Geek"! LOL we all cracked up!