I usually save these types of posts for Scott and his family dictionary, but I am trying to blog more so I am going to take these.
Christmas has brought some new phrases to our house. We expect Zachary to say odd ball things every once in a while, but these came from Timothy and Emily.
Timothy’s favorite song right now is the Twelve Days of Christmas. He spends a lot of time singing it and even does some motions to the various gifts received from his “true love.” He’s got most of the words right, but has one noticable error on the first day of Christmas. Instead of a “a partridge in a pear tree,” he gets “a partridge in the pantry.” I guess that makes more sense to him.
Emily has added a new member to the Christmas story. Most people know of the angel Gabriel. Well, Emily recently informed us that there was another angel there. This one is named, “Lo.” We’ve determined that this came from Luke 2:9 “And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid.” I tried to tell her that “Lo” was short for “Lori,” but she wouldn’t buy it.