While I was visiting Andy, we went and saw the movie I have been anticipating to see for MONTHS. And I give the new Where the Wild Things Are movie an A for awesome. I loved it. Simply incredible.
At Bible Study Fellowship today, I was asked to work in the nursery with all the little babies (Well, 2-6 year olds I think), and it rocked my world. I freaking love babies. I had a select few favorites from the day:
Sarah: Spunky little baby girl with beautiful skin and big curly afro hair. She thought my Toms were funny and we sand the ABCs together on repeat for about 5 minutes. "I love my daddy. He always makes me laugh." Make me melt!
Wyatt: Space cadet like I've never seen. This little boy was more A.D.D. than any kid I had met at camp this summer. "Glue your bottoms to your chair.. Now put on your seat belt! Put on your thinking cap, and your listening ears! Open up your eyes!" Wyatt just sat there like a dumbfounded potato. He was so precious cutesie.
There were a few others, like Corbin who would just fall on the floor laughing for no reason whatsoever. Joleen who made dolphins and houses with me with sparkly play-doh. Lindsey who would look up at me with those puppy dog eyes and reach up her hands like my hug was the only thing that mattered in this world.
Ah, precious bootsies. I want one. Just kidding. All in good time. I've got a lot of things to do before I have a little babe of my own.
I played with the sparkly Play-Doh with Lucca, Elizabeth, and Marina Grace. I read Where The Wild Things Are to Corbin and Brando until they were picked up by their mommas. I love babies.
Question of the blog:
Lately I've been all about Pandora radio. There's a part of me that likes it so much simply because when I see Pandora I think, Panda! Mozilla Firefox always reminds me of when Jillian called it Mozzarella Firefox for years before realizing it wasn't spelled like the cheese. Is there any word that you just cannot pronounce or are reminded of something completely different from what the word really is?