Sunday, March 7, 2010

Story Hour...

You know you're getting old when
the little girl you used to take to story hour
is now reading the books at story hour.

...or when your Sunday afternoon is spent teaching her to drive
around the neighborhood...in a real car.
Actually, it was fun.
We had a lot of laughs and only once did I yell "STOP...BRAKES"!!!:-)
Read on for a list of things that children know...
and most adults have forgotten

- Speak up.
- Hang on tight.
- Sometimes it's smart to be scared.
- Ask why until you understand.
- You can be anything you want to be.
- Shortcuts aren't always shorter.
- Sometimes two is a crowd.
- Hitting the kid with the ball might get you the ball but it won't get you anyone to throw it to.
- Go barefoot.
- Who cares what happened last week.
- Trust people.
- Insist on doing it yourself.
- More is not always better.
- Look both ways.
- If you wait until you're really sure, you'll never take off the training wheels.
- Make up the rules as you go along.
- Make waves.
- If you don't like the birthday girl, don't go to the party.
- Enjoy the ride.
- It doesn't matter who started it.
- Yell if you want to be heard.
- People know when you're letting them win.
- Be silly.
- If your mother wants to hold your hand, there's probably a good reason.
- You have to love your brother even if he doesn't deserve it.
- Don't forget to say your prayers.
- Using a word you don't understand can be embarrassing.
- If you're going to laugh, laugh out loud.
- Know what you like.
- One thing you can't pretend to be is funny.
- Homesick is the worst kind of sick.
- Don't always act your age.
- Recess is the best part.
- Drink milk.
- Believe in Santa Claus.
- Where you're going is more important than where you stand.
- A little kiss can make a big difference.
- Once you're wet it doesn't matter how much more you get rained on.
- Hug people for no reason.
- Why buy roses when daisies are free?
- Just do your best.
- Dream.
- If your dog doesn't like someone, you probably shouldn't either.
- Don't pop someone else's bubble.
- Be polite.
- If you're going to take just one step, make it a giant step.
- Wish on the first star.
- Remember to say Thank you.
- It's hard to save the best for last.

13 comments:

  1. We did have fun yesterday in the car, with joride hyperventilating the whole time :). This is such a cute post!

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  2. This is going to be fun to read about your journey in this new phase of your life since it wasn't that long ago for me and it just flew by! There will be changes on a daily basis. You better hang on tight, mom! :) xoxo

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  3. what a sweet post and true!!!

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  4. Yikes...driving! I'm sure Taylor will do wonderfully. Cute picture of her reading too!

    I love the quotes...especially the rain one...that's always been my thought, can't get any wetter now, might as well have some fun!

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  5. Awwww - she's so pretty reading the story - my daughter would have loved to be at that reading time! I bet she was a real blessing to the children!
    Courtney

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  6. Hi Suzanne,
    Just wanted to drop by and say hello and also to thank you for becoming a follower...how very sweet. I do hope you come and visit again soon. Have a wonderful new week...Oh! By the way, your daughters are beautiful.

    Hugs and Kisses,
    ♥Ana~A Petite Cottage

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  7. This time of your life seems to fly by. My daughter is now 35 and my Dad taught her to drive. They lived on the lake and he just took her around the cove several times a day. He had better nerves than me. He is now in Heaven but my daughter and I cherish those memories.
    Ann

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  8. What a wonderful list! Why is it so hard for us "big people" to remember all of these! Your daughter looks beautiful in her ballet clothes, like a real ballerina!

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  9. totally great comparison :D

    nope, i don't have a cricut, wish i did though :D

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  10. Hello Suzanne. She is lovely! Such a sweet post and beautiful words.

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  11. She's so lovely, Suzanne! But the driving...yikes!

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  12. Love that list, so many so true.
    Thanks for your comment about praising our kids, no matter how old they are. Good advice for sure.

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