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June 25, 2008


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Oh! Those pictures are just too cute!!

How beautiful!

And you know, it reminded me a little of something that happened last week with Essie. We'd gone to Mass, and I was trying to answer something about the Sacred Heart of Jesus, but she got too restless. Anyhow, she got to reading or doing whatever, and I decided to print out a little piture of the Sacred Heart and decorate it for our home altar.

Well, while I was doing that, I noticed that Essie had gotten glitter glue and construction paper and she was very carefully copying a picture of the Sacred Heart.

And it just really hit home that children observe so much more than we sometimes give them credit for ... Or perhaps we know, but then moments like mine with Essie and like the photos you posted ... remind me of it once more.

Children can be so ingenuous when left to their own devices. And they do so LOVE to imitate life. Grand pics!!!

Darling. I love Maria's story. So true, your post is a great reminder.

Very cute!

Wonderful photos!

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