This morning, I’m joining Lucy over at Mystical Rose Design for her “Kids Say the Darndest Things Fridays” post. Click on the link or the button on my sidebar if you would like to join in or just get a chuckle from some of the other cuteness that our little ones share with us each and every day.
This beautiful little wooden cross is part of my son’s infant/toddler Rosary given to him by his godparents on the day of his Baptism. As always, it has hung on his dresser mirror as a symbol of our faith.
Recently, Benjamin (age 3) asked if he could see his Rosary. I obliged and explained, simplistically as one can, the meaning behind the Rosary, the beads, the prayers, etc. (Did I mention that big sister, Mary, age 5, tagged along for this conversation?)
As I stepped out of the room to answer the phone, it was then that I heard a high-pitched squeal with all the drama that a 5-year old could muster….
“No, Benjamin! Rosaries are for prayering not wearing.”
Seems that I’ve taught my first-born well! HA!!!
Wishing you all a lovely weekend,