"Hhmmm... BAD!!!!.... BAD!!!!.... Hmmm... Hm... BAD! BAD!!! COME ON!!!"
It was so awesome.
So now it is a dispute every time we're riding between Olivia's favorite and K.J.'s favorite, which is 'Man in the Mirror.' What can I say, I have a socially conscious child.
Liv is slowly learning more words to the song. Now it is definitely "I'm BAD! I'm BAD!!!" And while heading out of the car today I heard her murmuring "You know... you know... I'm BAD!"
I don't know if this should be as hilarious as it is to me, but... it is. It's just that hilarious.
Today while reading more on Brother Brigham I came across what I shall call the most amazing quote of the week. I shall share it with you, because I find it always applicable in my own life. Here it is... brace yourselves:
"Let all Latter-Day Saints learn that the weaknesses of their brethren are not sins. When men or women undesignedly commit a wrong, do not attribute that to them as a sin. Let us learn to be compassionate one with another."
He also counseled:
"To understand men and women as they are, and not understand them as you are."
Man. Man oh man. Good point, excellent point, well said, I will apply!
That's how I feel about that.
I always feel like I develop a relationship with any person I am reading a biography or autobiography on. Funny, maybe, but still true. Brigham Young and I are becoming close and personal friends. Just thought you should know.
Earlier today I was thinking about the many good friends in my life, and the friends that I wish were actually blood siblings so that they could still be a part of my life. Just in case you were wondering what I was thinking earlier today.
Katelyn is now a very accomplished roller. A roller of epic proportions. In the last two days she has learned rolling is not confined to the room you are in, so she has rolled down the hall to her siblings room and yesterday into the kitchen. She gets so darn proud of herself, it is hilarious. None of my children have been conventional movers. K.J. did crawl, but not 'till later. Olivia scooted like a speed-demon octopus. And now Katelyn is finding her own way, I guess. I will admit, I would like her to crawl someday. It doesn't have to be today, just someday. I just don't know how effective it would be to roll for the rest of her life.
Girls Camp approaches. Amen.