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From The Jewel Box # 21

July 26, 2007

Our four year old son was outside and was getting use to his new bike. He almost fell off his bike and said,

“If I crash, I could fall and break my bone head.”

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Important note: We will not reveal the names of our children on this blog. Any comment that mentions our children’s names will be deleted. It is nothing personal, we just feel that it is an important safety measure for our family. If you would like to read the other FTJB entries, click on the “From the Jewel Box” link in the side bar on the right or on the Jewel Box icon at the end of this paragraph. Come on parents! Feel free to share special jewels from your precious children. Just know that on this blog, our kids are the cutest!

From The Jewel Box # 20

Here is a deep thought from our daughter from a couple of years ago.

12/29/06

“When I dream, I imaginate things that are pretend.”

Wow, man. That’s, like, philosophical….

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Important note: We will not reveal the names of our children on this blog. Any comment that mentions our children’s names will be deleted. It is nothing personal, we just feel that it is an important safety measure for our family. If you would like to read the other FTJB entries, click on the “From the Jewel Box” link in the side bar on the right or on the Jewel Box icon at the end of this paragraph. Come on parents! Feel free to share special jewels from your precious children. Just know that on this blog, our kids are the cutest!

From The Jewel Box # 19

When our son was 3 1/2 years old, he was still having trouble pronouncing his “L’s.” They usually come out as an “R” or a “W.” He was trying to sing a song and it came out;

“I’m gonna crap when the Spirit says crap,
I’m gonna crap when the Spirit says crap,
I’m gonna crap when the Spirit says crap,
and obey the Spirit of the Word!”


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Important note: We will not reveal the names of our children on this blog. Any comment that mentions our children’s names will be deleted. It is nothing personal, we just feel that it is an important safety measure for our family. If you would like to read the other FTJB entries, click on the “From the Jewel Box” link in the side bar on the right or on the Jewel Box icon at the end of this paragraph. Come on parents! Feel free to share special jewels from your precious children. Just know that on this blog, our kids are the cutest!

From The Jewel Box # 18

It has been a while since we have placed a new jewel on our blog. We still keep track of our kids funny sayings, I have just not been faithful in posting them to our blog. In this new year I will endeavor to put up a new jewel at least once every two weeks, most likely on Mondays. Here is our first jewel for 2008.

On New Year’s eve our six year old daughter walked up to the table where her two grandmothers and one of her cousins were playing a card game. She said, “How about me hopping into this game?” Becky’s mother told her that it would be too hard for her, in fact it was even a little hard for grandma to which our daughter replied, “Well, maybe you should just hop out.”

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Important note: We will not reveal the names of our children on this blog. Any comment that mentions our children’s names will be deleted. It is nothing personal, we just feel that it is an important safety measure for our family. If you would like to read the other FTJB entries, click on the “From the Jewel Box” link in the side bar on the right or on the Jewel Box icon at the end of this paragraph. Come on parents! Feel free to share special jewels from your precious children. Just know that on this blog, our kids are the cutest!

From The Jewel Box # 17

We got back from the Witnesses Now For Jesus Convention last night and are taking some of the day off to spend with the kids. I took the dog for a walk this morning and the kids came along. Our son wanted to be like Daddy so he put on a hat too. He decided to get silly so he put the hat on sideways. Our daughter laughed and told him that he looked cute. His reply was,

“That’s just the way God made me, thanks!”

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Important note: We will not reveal the names of our children on this blog. Any comment that mentions our children’s names will be deleted. It is nothing personal, we just feel that it is an important safety measure for our family. If you would like to read the other FTJB entries, click on the “From the Jewel Box” link in the side bar on the right or on the Jewel Box icon at the end of this paragraph. Come on parents! Feel free to share special jewels from your precious children. Just know that on this blog, our kids are the cutest!