Tuesday, February 17, 2009

The Little Parrot

Cory spent last weekend with my parents while we were at the marriage retreat. They took him to church with them. He had actually gone the weekend before as well since he spent one night with them then. The pastor was doing a 2 part sermon on Passionate Worship. Cory heard him say it enough times that he kept repeating it whenever the pastor would say it!

This Sunday I took Cory to our church. When we stood up to sing Cory said "passionate worship" and then started going "la la la la". Of course we didn't make it all the way through the service, but it was cute nonetheless!

Yesterday we spent at my parent's house while my dad and Brian went skiing. When they got back and we had dinner then my dad had to go to choir practice. That's a new word for Cory, but he picked right up on it.
This morning he's standing on the couch and found a piece of paper. He holds it up in front of him and says "choir" and starts singing "la la la la". I have no idea where he got the idea, but it sure looked like he was "reading music" and singing!

Cory can also tell you that we live in "Washington" and our city name and say them quite clearly! We have a book that the local high school student's created and he loves it. It's a Washington alphabet and he knows what most of the letters stand for.

Of course he also just found the conch shell that my parents brought back from the Bahamas a few years ago and while saying "fragile" proceeded to dump sand all over my couch...

Ah, joy!


  1. Hhaha that fragile moment is too cute. :) Of course, perhaps cuter when it isn't my couch that has the sand on it ;)

  2. Anonymous2:34 PM

    I have been tired of saying "Shhhh...." all day.

    Love you.

  3. Anonymous3:56 PM

    once again the grandson is too precious for words. may he one day truly understand passionate worship of our creator God :)

  4. crash away, we will be at the leavenworth theatre at 4!


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