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Monday, October 30, 2006

All sickness aside, and everyone feeling more like themselves, I felt like things were back to normal this week! I've been thinking about PTT, and what this means to me. I've discovered through time and space, memories good or bad have a way of staying with us. I can tell you my first day of K, and the one time I got my finger jammed in the door. I could tell you about the day I got married or the birthdays of my children. I want to be able for my kids(and me) to see that I do remember the good things they do. It might actually surprise them, and hopefully remind them of good times they might not easily remember, but I do! This PTT is about my 3yo. Katelyn. She is a very thoughtful and a very sensitive little girl. It was lunchtime, and she wanted a ham and cheese sandwhich. I was feeding the baby and blogging, I let her know, that I'd fix her one. About 5 mins. go by and here she comes down the hall with 2 pieces of cheese, and 2 pieces of ham. Two for her, and two for me. I just thought it was cute, that she was thinking of her mother, and that it was lunchtime for me too! After I put the baby down for her nap, Katelyn and I had our lunch, shared a couple cookies. After that we read a new book, and then she took her nap. This was one of life's precious moments, that I want her to remember.

For PTT, Kelly started,you catch a kid being good, about the little things we witness everyday, that make us proud.

5 comments:

Catch said...

How sweet of her!!! What a pretty little girl she is. I bet she is a big help to you. They grow so fast...grab your special moments with her and hold them close to your heart.

Pass The Torch said...

What would we do without our kids to take care of our hearts??

Another beautiful PTT post. Thanks for participating!

Haleigh Anne said...

How sweet is she? Another great picture of her, too.

Anonymous said...

oh what a sweetheart! That story just melts my heart - thanks for sharing!

Tonya said...

That is so sweet of her to think of you like that! You must be doing something right for her to be so unselfish and caring already. Great job, Mom!