Once a year in church the primary takes over the main hour of our 3 hour block of church. It is one of my favorite times at church ever! This year was a little different for Trevor and I though. This year we actually had a kid IN the program.
The primary consists of kids ages 3 to 12, and they sing songs during this program and have little individual speaking parts. There are hundreds of songs they learn in primary so there is always a theme to the program and this year's was "Choose the Right."
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
I love Halloween. I love fall! The leaves, the colors, the smells...aagghh. If only it would last longer. It seems like summer holds on for as long as possible (which, by the way I am NOT complaining about), and just when it really and truly feels like fall, its stupid cold winter. Bleh.
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Church and being reverant for little boys is hard.
Well, I guess its probably hard for kids in general.
We only have experience with two rambunctious little boys.
Today, for one reason or another was especially hard for Ryder.
He did not want to sit still.
He definitely didn't want to be quiet.
He ate all the snacks I brought (cheez-its, string cheese, fruit snacks) before we even got through the first hour of church.
Brody didn't even want to go to church.
That is not normal for him.
Once we were there, though, he was just fine....
During the last hour of church Brody needed to use the restroom.
Not a big deal, right?
He is a big boy. He knows the drill.
He told his teacher and then went.
I guess he had to go #2.
I guess he decided he needed help wiping.
So he came out of the bathroom and into the hallway with his pants and underwear down around his ankles.
Sister Marian Issaccson, her daughter Hannah, and Sister Latisha Leslie were the lucky witnesses of this.
Brody announced with a typical no shame 4 year old attitude, "But I'm Done!"
As if, they should have known.
Sister Leslie quickly found Trevor around the corner from the scene of the crime.
Everything was remedied.
Except, maybe my embarrasment.