George is always saying something that either sends us into a fit of laughter, or I am just in shock at how he little brain is working.
Here are just a few I have made note of.
Every night we spend some time processing the day and praying for help. This night we were praying for Jesus to help George as he struggles to share with his sister.
George-I think I hear Jesus.
Me-Oh yea? What is he saying?
George-I don’t know. Where is he?
Me-He lives in your heart, and mommy’s heart.
George. Yes Jesus isn’t a person, he is a present.
George was cupping is hand weird, so I asked him what he was holding.
George-There is something wrong with my hand.
George-It’s a little tired.
Me-What do you want for lunch, George?
George-Nothing. I don’t want to eat today.
Me-Well you have to eat to grow.
George-Well I only grow on Thursdays.
We were watching the Daniel Tiger episode where he was getting shots to prepare the kids for their shots.
George-Sometimes those shots hurt. But I just close my eyes and think of you, Mommy.
Another heart warming moment was with Tom.
George-You fill my tummy with hearts.
We have a lot of fun stories of George procrastinating bed time and reading.
George-Mom, I have a hard time going to sleep because I just have so many books around me. I just love to read them all.
George-I am going to read you a book.
George as he looks at me with puppy eyes-Say the words when I turn the page.
Me-That’s me reading, not you reading.
George-No that’s sharing, and sharing is kind.
Kids are gross. I asked George to blow his nose, and he wouldn’t so I lovingly helped him wipe his nose. He was so distraught that I took a booger.
George-I need to put them back. My nose is their home, and they have friends in there to keep them company.
Then sometimes they have wisdom. This statement was one of his late night bed time rambles that was out of the blue.
George-Everybody makes mistakes. It’s ok. Everyone makes them. Astronauts, Ava, everybody. They just happen all the time. You just try again, and then you’ll feel happy.
This kid also LOVES Christmas. He is the new Buddy the Elf.
Me-Do you know what is after 4th of July?
George-Then its CHRISTMAS! I love Christmas!
His birthday is in August…
George-I love the four seasons: Summer, fall, Christmas, and winter.
This last summer our area suffered from some severe floods, which is the first time George has seen anything like that. We talked a lot about how floods happened and the affects of them. In our outings we kept seeing the waters change and get farther inland from the river.
George-Is our house going to be ok?
Us-Yes, we live high on a hill.
George-Is Ms. Kim’s school (his preschool) going to be ok?
Us-It should be.
At this point, George is in tears.
George-Is McDonald’s going to be ok?
And I saved my favorite for last.
George-Mommy, I have a big poop. It’s as big as a blue whale, but it might act like a shark whale.