Thursday, September 3, 2009

A conversation...

One day last week, I after I made Jacob's sandwich
I took my giant heart cookie cutter and cut his
sandwich in the shape of a heart. I didn't say anything
to him, I wanted it to be a surprise.

I waited all afternoon for him to say something,
anything about the sweet heart sandwich
I made for him.

He never said anything.

DAYS went by.

He still didn't say anything.

Finally, night before last, at supper, he remembered.

Jacob, 'Hey! One day my sandwich was shaped
like a heart!'
Me, (in all my wide-eyed innocence) 'You cut your
sandwich in the shape of a heart?'
Jacob, 'No! It was already like that!'
Me, 'Who could have made it in the shape of a heart??'
Jacob, (giggling) 'Ummm...'
Me, 'I bet it was those sandwich fairies! They do silly
things like cut sandwiches into shapes!'
Jacob, (giggling harder) 'Noooo, I don't think so!'
Me, (still completely baffled ;) Well, I wonder who
else would have cut a heart shape for you...'
Jacob, (after pondering for a moment, very serious now)
'Maybe it was God!!'

After my heart finished melting, I said, 'Well, God certainly
does love you that much.'

He smiled his little sweet smile like he was certain he
was right and began eating his supper again.

And all was right in my world. :)
TTFN,

11 comments:

{Kimber} said...

AWWWWWWW...that gave me goose bumps :)

Kelli @ RTSM said...

So sweet! I cut Henry's sandwhich into dinosaurs one day last week...he ate the heads off and came home with PB and J dinosaur tails in his lunchbox!

Konnie said...

Too sweet! The boys love to have there sandwich's cut in different shapes.

Foursons said...

Too sweet!

Heidi @ Blue Eyed Blessings said...

Oooooh, how cute is this!? What a sweet little boy. And what a good mommy for that heart-shaped sandwich in his lunch box. ;)

E @ Scottsville said...

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!! I bought special little snacks that my kids don't usually get and put them in their lunchboxes along with little "Just cuz I love you" notes. Riley acted like it was better than Christmas. That girl was BEAMING when she spoke of it. She told of how jealous her friends were, etc., etc.,etc. I felt so great!

Then Cam was like "All my friends said the note was totally lame.... but then when I pulled out the treat, I was like 'Not so lame anymore, huh?'" So even he enjoyed it even if he was almost too big for it.

I'm gonna try to remember to do stuff like that every couple of weeks. =0)

Great job, Mom! I'm glad he remembered to tell you that he liked it. =0)

Tracy said...

What a sweet story!!!

Meghan said...

How cute! How I love it when they have a moment that is initiated by them, and SO teachable!!

He & Me + 3 said...

That is so sweet. What a doll baby. He is totally right.

Meghan said...

By the way, I have given you an award over on my blog.

christy rose said...

Awww! I would say so! All would be right in any mommy's world to hear such a sweet thing from her baby.