Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Reality Check

Just in case anyone out there is frustrated with family prayer time, how irreverent their kids behave, or wondering if it's even worth the effort...watch this.  We are soooooo not perfect, this is the reality of having little kids....but they are trying :)

I'm not sure what happened to the first mystery.  One of the boys was probably burping through it.  This was taken about 3 months ago, before Alexander had arrived.


9 comments:

  1. OH.DEAR.PRECIOUSNESS.

    This put tears in my eyes and a smile on my face. It was so realistic (the ups and downs of the kids and all around movements), but so sweet too. I think they do a really good job.

    Ok, so secretly I also enjoyed watching because I got to hear everyone's voices!! You all pretty much sound exactly as I hear you when I read your blog Colleen. Too funny. Love it!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  2. they do a good job. at least they are sitting stillmostly. my kids would be running in circles or rolling on the floor. claire watched that and said "awwww cute babies."

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  3. Oh Colleen!!!!

    What a great job! They are so good! I love it!

    As I type I have my four (almost five) year old on my lap saying, we know that! Except we haven't put it all together as a formal rosary prayer.

    I guess I better get the beds out. I am so inspired, thank you!

    May God continue to bless you all!

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  4. Seriously LOVE this! Thank you. :)

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  5. Oppsss...beads.

    I also wanted to ask...do you pray the rosary as a family every day or weekly, etc.?

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  6. I love it! They did a great job-- definitely better than how I remember our family's rosaries going! ;)

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  7. This is wonderful!
    My three year old ran over to see what I was watching, and loved it - guess he's ready to start participating :)
    Do you have a Rosary CD? I have one in my car and we listen to it while we drive, I find it really calming.

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