Just like most everyone else on the planet, occasionally Tayvin gets a little redundant with his prayers. Usually it's something to the effect of "Thank you for our leaves and our trees and our grass and our broccolli. And for this family and for our babies."  So tonight when he and I were getting ready to pray he reminded me that he was going to be reverent and that I should too. I reminded him to make sure his prayer was thoughtful. So, this is how it began...
"Heavenly Father, thank you for this bed and this room. And for this prayer that mommy gave me permission to say."

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