Both boys like to help me with the laundry.  Jonathan can unload the washer completely independently (standing on a stool and leaning nearly all the way in!)  Then he tosses the wet clothes on the dryer door (opens downward to form a shelf of sorts) and Noah pushes or throws the clothes into the dryer.  All while I do something else useful!

Jonathan can sing all of the Lord's Prayer.  I was singing it to him one day and I got caught up at "and forgive us our debts as we forgive ..."  hmm, those who tress- no, as we... hmm...?
Jonathan piped up, "our debtors!"  Yes!  And then later he sang the whole thing by himself.

Noah absolutely adores riding in those car carts at the grocery store.  Jonathan likes to hop in and out, but Noah will stay in there and drive the whole shopping trip and be sad when it's time to leave. 

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Awesome story about the boys doing laundry. Can't wait to see pictures of that.

That's what happens when you learn "debts" then switch to "trespasses" and back to "debts" again. I remember for a long time praying, "Forgive us our debts as we forgive those who trespass against us." And I still say the extra "and ever" when visiting a "debts" church. :)

Posted by SursumCorda on September 30, 2007, 12:44 pm

That last line should be isolated on a random quotes board . . .

Posted by IrishOboe on September 30, 2007, 10:40 pm
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