God’s Crayola Box

I just love the innocence of children. If we could all think a little bit more like them, it would be a much simpler world. Here’s a little Kennedy story that is too cute not to share:

During our twenty minute ride to school, we get to watch the sun rise every morning. It’s actually peaceful, and the girls discuss it every single day. They talk about what colors are in the sky that day, and what shapes the clouds are forming.

One day last week, we had a really hazy and foggy drive to school. We didn’t see the sun peaking from the clouds, and we didn’t notice any colors.

Kennedy spoke from the backseat and told me that God is in the sky. I told her she was absolutely correct…in fact, he is everywhere! Knowing that children think literally, I could see the little wheels in her head turning. She had not spoken for a couple of minutes, so I asked her what she was thinking about. She says, “He musta ran outta pink.” Confused, I made a ‘what are you talking about’ face. Then I looked up in the fog and realized what she was talking about. God must have ran out of his pink crayon when he was coloring the sky that morning.

How adorable to look at the world through an almost four year olds eyes :)


Get Onboard the Crazy Train

Kennedy LOVES big school – she wants to go 7 days a week! In just a few short weeks she has learned so much, and she tells me ALL about it on the ride home. When I ask her what is her favorite part of her school day, she tells me, “extended daycare.”


Jules is adjusting to her new school slowly but surely. She tells me she likes to play outside and eat freeze pops there. Momma hopes to start potty training her soon – number 6 is the last size diaper :/


Every day and night in our house, the girls have a pageant or concert. They hide behind the couch until Mom or Dad introduces them. Then, they get on the fireplace and do a song or dance. Sometimes it’s songs they know, and sometimes they make up their own. Jules just follows along and does whatever Ms. Kennedy tells her to do. She looks up to Kennedy so much!



Frozen is still the hype in our house – going on one year now. They listen to the songs, they watch the movie, they play with the toys… etc etc. Seth and I could recite the movie. They were even singing “Let It Go” in the shopping basket at Wal Mart recently. I just video and laugh – what else do you do?!

We have been getting their Elsa & Anna Halloween costumes ready, and preparing for Kennedy’s 4th birthday party – Frozen-style of course!