melts my heart into a big puddle of mushy goodness...pretty much daily.
On Saturday, Grandma Connie watched the kids so Big Daddy and I could have a little date. We went to see The Blind Side and it was a GREAT movie. But nothing compared to the story I heard when I picked up my little lovelies.
Claire had decided to make up a game for her, Grandma and Cohen to play. She wrote names on note cards and stacked them up. Each person was to draw a card and say something nice about the person on the card. Here are some of Cohen's answers:
Nanny: "She has a clean house and she is a very good Nanny."
Papa: "He is a very good fisherman and I love him."
Aunt Sandy: "She is nice to me, she makes good soup and I love her dog Mulligan."
And the best one....
Uncle Gary: "I am sorry that he died but he is in Heaven with Jesus and I love him...so does Jesus."
There it goes again....a big puddle of mushy goodness.