Jesus’ birthday!

December 24, 2011 at 10:10 PM 2 comments

We were driving on our way to our Christmas Eve services and I asked Faith what tomorrow was. Without missing a beat she said “Jesus’ birthday, Daddy!” Then she said “we are going to singing happy birthday to Jesus and give him a birthday cake.”

Then on the way home from church she repeated that it was Jesus’ birthday again. This time she was talking to Shawn and tell him how important it was to remember his birthday tomorrow.

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