“The water’ll make your boo-boo feel better,” you said into the silence.
We were on our way to swim class. Daddy and Mommy talked about swimming with you afterwards. But Daddy had poison ivy on my forehead, and Mommy didn’t feel good and had to stay home. Although we planned to swim, we explained that we wouldn’t.
“The water’ll make your boo-boo feel better,” you said from the back seat while we were driving.
You’d been quiet for a while and obviously had been thinking about it.
“The pool water wouldn’t be good on it,” Daddy said.
“You can wear a Band-Aid,” you quickly suggested.
“It’s too big for a Band-Aid.”
You have an incredibly kind heart.
Swim class appeared to be a success.
Retrieving the ring from the bottom.
For a little girl who didn’t fall asleep until after 10 and woke up before 7:30, you certainly have a lot of energy.
You have a little smudge of Christmas stocking chocolate on your lip.
Christmas wrapping paper that needs to be put back in the attic.
We were listening to Genesis being read on the radio on Christmas Eve when you said, “that’s from that movie.”