Yvonne,If only we could all remember the JOY of this Season as the children have shown! The wise little man with his Frankenstein, the terrified look, and "God is in my heart". . .made me smile! How wonderful they are! Thank you for sharing this powerful message with us!May all who see this be blessed!Fondly,Pat
this charmed my little wooly winter socks offMerry Merry Christmas!
And a little child will lead them :) This made me laugh out loud! I think you'd like mine today too!
Precious! That mean Herod took the doll away from Baby Jesus!!!
Delightful....I am sure it seems to little guys that you can buy most everything at walmart...even myrrh, lol.Merry CHRISTmas!Gail
So cute and so typical of children. Thanks for sharing this.
Adorable! Are you sure the little girl with the braids and green sweater is not YOU at a younger age:) She knew her Bible well! Oh, and that Herod took the baby's doll!!! That made me laugh. They are all so cute. Thanks for sharing this. I posted on FB children talking about Christmas too, it is similiar. XO, P
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TOO CUTE, much too cute!!! i love children doing these things!! I always remember at the Sunday school Christmas party and one little boy said (as we were singing jingle bells to greet Santa into the room) "Thats not Jesus, whats the point of this guy?"x
Yvonne, I wish you lived closer and I would love to have you over for a Christmas treat and visit. We would sit and visit for hours over tea and a fire in the fireplace. Of course you can have hot chocolate or cider, what ever you like!!! Thank you for your sweet sweet visits to my blog,Kathysue
So cute!!! Thanks for posting :)
Awwwww, thank you so much for this perspective of our Saviour's birth!!
Oh my gosh! That little boy in the red shirt is just too much!!! And I am never more thankful than I am this time of year, that I KNOW and BELIEVE that story!MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!m ^..^
Yvonne, It is always a pleasure to visit your place and see what you're doing!May you have a delightful Christmas and a very Happy New Year.God richly bless you,d from homehaven
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