Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Out of the mouth of babes

Luke was in the bath the other day and we had a great discussion. It went like this:
Luke: I told my friends I am holding Larson
Me: You mean like right now
Luke: Yes
Me: Well we are not holding him right now! Who is holding Larson?
Luke: Jesus?
Me: Yes
Luke: Well does Jesus let him down to play.
Me: Yes Luke, and heaven is the best place to play. There are streets of gold. It is always beautiful and he is in the presece of God.
Luke: Is God a big giant because he has Larson, and He can see us?
Me: Yes, but God is the friendliest giant.
Luke: Mom..I wish I was a baby so I could be in heaven with Larson

Oh what a sweet little boy Luke is. He loved his brother so much and thinks of him often. Just as we all do.

Though now you do not see Him, yet believing, you rejoice with joy inexpressible and full of glory, receiving the end of your faith--the salvation of your souls.
(1Peter 1:8)


Anonymous said...

What a beautiful story to share, Corie. I am crying tears of joy for your sweet Luke and Larson.

Love to all of you,
Angela Nicole

Anonymous said...

The day's business comes to a screeching halt whenever I sit and read your blog, and look at Larson's pictures. And that is how it should be...I am praying for you often, that the Lord would bear you up in his everlasting arms...the same arms that are holding Larson!

Laura said...

Your kids know things now that often take a lifetime for adults to grasp. You are doing a great job...they will never forget. xo