About six months ago, I told you all about some of the crazy and silly things my girls are thanking God for during bedtime prayer. Well, the hits keep on coming. I am extremely glad that they are keeping up with their prayers and still have things to be grateful for. The day they’re not thankful for something is the day that I think I’m in trouble. Now that my older daughter has started her CCD classes, she’s getting a little more creative with her prayers and such. Just the other day she told her teacher she was thankful for “Target”…as in the store that I frequent at least twice a week! I would have loved to hear the teacher’s response to that one.
Here are some other things my girls have been thanking God for lately…some of them are a real hoot!
“Thank you God I had guacamole today.”
“Thank you God I had lots of sugar today.”
“Thank you God I’m buying lunch today.” (This one really made me laugh because I guess my homemade lunches aren’t cutting it!)
“Thank you God I had corn for dinner.”
“Thank you God for my wonderful mommy (Awww…). I’m never going to throw her away.” (Umm…thanks? That’s comforting.)
“Thank you God I had soccer today.”
“Thank you God I looked beautiful today.”
“Thank you God I went to Nuvita.”
“Thank you God I had pasta for lunch.”
“Thank you God I played with play-doh today.” (Mommy is not thankful for the mess you left behind, but I’m glad you were happy.)
“Thank you God I had cupcakes.”
“Thank you God I went to Kohl’s.”
And these are only the ones I remember! There are so many everyday things that we would never think to thank God for. But, my girls do! I can’t want to hear what they come up with next.
What’s the funniest thing your child has ever been grateful for?
This was absolutely adorable! How sweet!! My girls usually say the same old list everyday. Maybe I can have them change it up a bit to see what they come up with! I can just picture God smiling at their cute and sincere prayers of thanks!!
Aww, this is so cute and hilarious! I love the things children say (especially when in prayer with God). My youngest daughter once thanked God for her heart and skin because “it would be hard to live without it” lol.
Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop).
Wishing you a lovely day.